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About origins

Web sites promoting evolution,
Intelligent Design, and other points
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Many Internet sites, primarily secular, promote "naturalistic evolution":

bullet Ed Babinski has a web site on Creation vs. Evolution at: He converted from a young-earth creationist and Evangelical Christian to an Agnostic and supporter of evolution.

bullet Becoming Human, a service of the Institute of Human Origins at Arizona State University maintains an impressive web site called "Becoming Human." Their home page at contains a link to their "News and Views" section which describes new discoveries in human ancestry.

bullet The Clergy Letter Project promotes the teaching of evolution in public schools. See: "Welcome to the Clergy Letter Project," at: They also promote Evolution Sunday -- close to the birth date of Charles Darwin (1809-FEB-12) -- when many Christian, Unitarian Universalist and other faith groups and congregations celebrate the harmony of evolution and religion. See:

bullet Darwin Day Celebration (DDC) celebrated an international recognition of Darwin's 200th birthday on 2009-FEB-12. By coincidence, Abraham Lincoln was born on the same day. DDC was also the 150th anniversary of the publication of his most famous book "On the Origin of Species." The DDC website states:

"The objective of Darwin Day Celebration is to encourage existing institutions worldwide, such as municipalities, public and private schools, colleges and universities, libraries, museums, churches, private organizations and individuals to celebrate Science and Humanity every year, on, or near, February 12, Darwin's birthday!"


bullet "Evolution" is a web site by Larry Moran of the Dept. of Biochemistry, at the University of Toronto. See: It lists many books and links to essays on evolution.

bullet "Defender's Guide to Science and Creationism" by Mark Voltaic analyzes hundreds of assertions by creation scientists at:

bullet The Institute of Human Origins at Arizona State University maintains an impressive web site called "Becoming Human." It is a "journey through the story of human evolution in a broadband documentary experience." See:

bullet The National Association of Biology Teachers has published a "Statement on Teaching Evolution" at:

bullet The Secular Web contains many documents which promote the theory of evolution. Search for titles using the search word "evolution" at:

bullet Talk Reason attempts to defend "genuine science from numerous attempts by the new crop of creationists to replace it with theistic pseudo-science under various disguises and names." See:

bullet, promotes evolution at:

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A few sites specialize in harmonizing science with Genesis:


Creation Ministries International is a group of non-profit ministries in several countries, including the U.S. and Canada. Their "... role is to support the church in proclaiming the truth of the Bible and thus its gospel message ... [by providing] real-world answers to the most-asked questions in the vital area of creation/evolution, where the Bible is most under attack today -- Genesis." See:

bullet "Science Christianity United: The Bottom Line," by C. Gordon Winder is at

bullet Reasons You Can Trust the Bible discusses "Genesis creation, evolution...Noah's flood," etc. attempting to harmonize the scientific and biblical viewpoints. See

bullet Faith and Reason Ministries at "... accepts modern science (including biological evolution and the Big Bang), a valuable, yet non-perfect Bible, and a Jesus of history, divine."

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Some sites promote "Intelligent Design":

This is the concept that living things, the earth and the rest of the universe cannot have come into existence through blind evolutionary forces, but must have been created. See:

bullet Access Research Network at:

bullet Center for Science & Culture at:

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bullet WorldView Test Site: "Evolution vs. Creation (Intelligent Design)" at This contains a list of links to Intelligent Design websites.

One site contains news of recent developments in human evolution:

bullet Becoming Human, a service of the Institute of Human Origins at Arizona State University maintains an impressive web site called "Becoming Human." Their home page at contains a link to their "News and Views" section which describes new discoveries in human ancestry.

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Some sites promote other points of view:

bullet "100 year old news: Theosophy and the human dino," at: 

bullet "Science and Religion: The Origins Debate," argues that the debate between Christianity and science should never have taken place, because science does not have jurisdiction in this area. See:

bullet "Bible Quotes and Science Info" provides inspirational Bible quotes which point to intelligent design. They offer Bible and science in a novel, in free articles, free newsletter, and a creation vs. evolution directory. See:

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Other material:

bullet Google Earth is a well known free program that allows you to scan places on the earth, even down to the building level. The version of the program introduced in 2007-AUG has a "Switch to Sky" option built into its pull-down menu. It allows you to scan 125 of the most popular Hubble images, to see the outline of the constellations, and other options.

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DVD series:

bullet Michael Dowd has a new 4-hour DVD for general audiences called "The Great Story." It is a science-based epic of evolution understood in a sacred, meaningful way. It includes his most popular programs:
bullet 'Evolution's Arrow;'
bullet 'Worldviews in Transition;'
bullet 'The Next 250 Years A Hopeful, Inspiring Vision;' and
bullet 'Gifts of The Great Story.'

They were filmed in 2005 before live audiences. It is digitally enhanced with supplemental charts, photographs, and other illustrations. The DVD sells for $30.00 plus S&H. The purchaser is allowed to make as many copies as they wish for others. See:

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