Catching up with RNCSE

Selected content from volume 29, number 2, of Reports of the National Center for Science Education is now available on NCSE's website. Featured are Daryl P. Domning's "Winning Their Hearts and Minds: Who Should Speak for Evolution?" and a response from Sheldon F. Gottlieb. Additionally, NCSE's Anton Mates relates a controversy over a proposal to add creationism to the science curriculum in the public schools of Brunswick County, North Carolina. And Denis O. Lamoureux reviews Karl Giberson's Saving Darwin: How to Be a Christian and Believe in Evolution while Keith M. Parsons reviews James H. Fetzer's Render Unto Darwin: Philosophical Aspects of the Christian Right’s Crusade Against Science.

If you like what you see, why not subscribe to RNCSE today? The next issue (volume 29, number 4) focuses on "intelligent design" creationism: Mark Perakh discusses his book Unintelligent Design, Lawrence S. Lerner speculates on the next strategy in the offing, and Norman Sleep and Randy Moore separately consider the influence of William Paley on the "intelligent design" movement. And there are reviews, too, including John Timmer's review of Explore Evolution and Frank Steiner's review of The Cell's Design. Don't miss out — subscribe now!

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