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The Science of Evolution and the Myth of Creationism: Knowing What's Real and Why It Matters" offers a clear, lively, and systematic presentation examines the scientific evidence for evolution that is very highly recommended for school and community Science reference collections.
It's an attitude that stands in stark contrast to a legislature controlled by extremists who deny the science of evolution, the science of climate change, and as we saw last night, even the fundamentals of how a clock works.
From the rejection of the science of evolution to the willingness to default on U.
Contemplating the argument fairly and presenting evidence and arguments both for and against the science of evolution has been a double-edged sword for teachers, students, and scientists for generations.
Instead of blindly denying the science of evolution and other discoveries, she sees it as giving us a clearer picture of God and creation.
This position is further explained by The National Academy of Sciences and The Institute of Medicine of the National Academies coauthored 2008 book titled Science, Evolution and Creationism, which states that arguments suggesting that "there are fundamental weaknesses in the science of evolution are unwarranted based on the overwhelming evidence that supports the theory.
Many other publications, science-oriented and otherwise, devoted significant quantities of ink and electrons to lauding the man who presented the science of evolution to the world 150 years ago in On the Origin of Species.
But not to teach the science of evolution is to demonstrate contempt for scientific evidence in favor of political and religious ideology.
One way of describing the crossover points is to say that the science of evolution raises questions that go beyond its own boundaries, requiring the work of philosophy and theology to articulate answers (Benedict's formulation, 150).

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