- The ICR Moves to Dallas
In a recent issue of Acts & Facts, Henry Morris III explains the rationale and the impact of the move.
- Workshop on Teaching Evolution at the University of Colorado
Sarah Wise and Matt Young
A description of the program with advice to others interested in educational outreach on evolution.
News from Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Texas, Canada, and Turkey.
- Comings and Goings
Changes in the home office as new staff arrive and others move on.
- News from the Membership
What our members are doing to support evolution and oppose pseudoscience wherever the need arises.
- NCSE Thanks You for Your Generous Support
We are grateful for the continuing support of our members and other contributors.
SPECIAL Grand Canyon Section
- NCSE 2007 Grand Canyon Raft Trip: “The Best Ever”
Eugenie C Scott
If you missed it, think about joining NCSE in 2008.
- Renewed Concern About Creationism at Grand Canyon National Park
Park employees and the scientific community are concerned, but there is little movement in reviewing creationist books or providing guidance to interpreters on evolution and geology.
- Dry Rot, Not Arson: National Park Service and Science
Wesley R Elsberry
NPS policy is contradictory on the inclusion of creationist perspectives in book sales and interpretive materials. It appears that the Service is not following its own guidelines for presentation of accurate scientiﬁc information.
- Join Scott and Gish on a Creation/Evolution Tour
of the Grand Canyon!
Make your plans now for the 2008 “Two Models” tour.
- Books: Flooded by Information
Books about geology, earth history, and the Grand Canyon.
- NCSE On the Road
Check the calendar here for NCSE speakers.
- Has Natural Selection Been Refuted? The Arguments of William Dembski
A close look at William Dembski's assertions about complexity, biological change, and evidence of design.
- Recurrence of the Same? “Intelligent Design”
and the Biology Classroom
Evaluating the claims of “intelligent design” proponents over the value of including ID in the biology curriculum.
- The Design Revolution? How William Dembski is
Dodging Questions About “Intelligent Design”
Critics have posed numerous questions about Dembski’s models and use of mathematical and scientiﬁc concepts. But he seldom engages these critiques ... even when he does respond.
- Responding to ID in a Freshman College Class
Jack Keyes and Nancy Broshot
A constructivist approach to engaging students in the nature of scientific inquiry and challenges to evolutionary science.
- Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural
Phenomenon by Daniel C Dennett
Reviewed by John C Greene
- The Battle Over the Meaning of Everything
by Gordy Slack
Reviewed by Randy Olson
- 40 Days and 40 Nights: Darwin, Intelligent Design, God, OxyContin, and Other Oddities on Trial in Pennsylvania by Matthew Chapman Reviewed by Lauri Lebo
- Origins of Life: Biblical and Evolution Models
Face Off by Fazale Rana and Hugh Ross
Reviewed by Gary S Hurd
- Encyclopedia of Evolution by Stanley A Rice
Reviewed by Tim M Berra
- An Introduction to Biological Evolution
by Kenneth V Kardong
Reviewed by Werner G Heim
- Fritz Müller: A Naturalist in Brazil
by David A West
Reviewed by Aubrey Manning
- The Man Who Found Time: James Hutton and the
Discovery of the Earth’s Antiquity
by Jack Repcheck
Reviewed by William Parkinson
- Darwin in the Genome: Molecular Strategies in Biological Evolution by Lynn Helena Caporale
Reviewed by Finn Pond