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February 07, 2005

Defender's Guide to Science and Creationism

I found this one via The Moderate Liberal. It's the Defender's Guide to Science and Creationism, which looks like it will be a very useful "quick reference" guide. The Talk.Origins Archive is very useful, but I find that it is sometimes difficult to find a quick answer to some specific question. The Defender's Guide, while not as detailed as the Talk.Origins Archive, provides much more concise answers.

Link: Defender's Guide to Science and Creationism.

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You've overlooked Mark Isaak's Index to Creationist Claims at the TalkOrigins Archive. There is a version that will soon be in print, published by Greenwood Press.

[1] http://www.talkorigins.org/indexcc/
[2] http://www.talkorigins.org/
[3] http://greenwood.com/books/BookDetail.asp?dept_id=1&sku=GR2122

Posted by: Wesley R. Elsberry | Feb 26, 2005 11:45:34 PM

Greenwood Press now has a page up announcing Mark Isaak's book based on the "Index to Creationist Claims".


Posted by: Wesley R. Elsberry | Mar 1, 2005 5:37:10 PM

Wesley, thanks very much for the links! The "Index to Creationist Claims" looks quite useful. I'll also have to order Eugenie Scott's "Evolution vs. Creationism" and Mark Isaac's upcoming "Counter-Creationism Handbook". Thanks!

Posted by: Wally Hartshorn | Mar 2, 2005 12:34:13 PM

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