Species of Origins: America's Search for a Creation Story
In Species of Origins, Karl W. Giberson and Donald A. Yerxa examine America's controversial conversation about creation and evolution. While noting that part of the discord stems from the growing cultural and religious diversity of the United States, they argue powerfully that the real issue is the headlong confrontation between two seemingly incompatible worldviews upon which millions of Americans rely: modern naturalistic science and traditional Judeo-Christian religions. Visit our website for sample chapters!
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The Modern Creation Story
The Trinmph of Evolution?
Scientific Creationism The Biblical Dimension
Scientific Creationism The Scientific Dimension
Scientific Creationism The Social Dimension
The Coimcil of Despair Popular Science versus Traditional Religion
Via Media Stances and the Complexity Paradigm Historical Considerations
The Muddle in the Middle Via Media Positions on Origins
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