This essay was first published in Darwinism, Design, and Public Education, John Angus Campbell and Stephen C. Meyer, eds., ISBN 0-87013-675-5, Michigan State University Press, 2003. Its six pages are posted below as gif images. A PDF: 776 KB is also available.          What'sNEW

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Some Things Are Simply Given by Brig Klyce, v 106, Advances in Genetics, Oct 2020.
10 Jul 2014: "The Third Way" website: quotation and link
11 Apr 2012: Tennessee law allows high school science classes to consider problems with the theory of evolution.
5 Jun 2009: The enemy has become more diverse, says anthropologist Eugenie Scott.
4 Nov 2008: Only a Theory, by Kenneth R. Miller
7 Jul 2008: The Design Matrix: A Consilience of Clues — book review.
22 Apr 2008: Richard Dawkins endorses panspermia in a movie about Intelligent Design (ID).
18 Jun 2007: In The Edge of Evolution, Michael Behe makes even stronger claims....
23 Nov 2006: ...There are theories that we would and/or should take seriously... but that are excluded....
1 Jun 2006: Another Intelligent Design Theory is the way Skeptic Magazine categorizes panspermia.
16 Feb 2006: Ohio biology students must not analyze evolution.
1 Jun 2004: Darwinism, Design, and Public Education — CA's review of the book containing the above essay.