The Creation-evolution Debate
Historical PerspectivesBook - 2007
From publisher's description: "Larson discusses such topics as the transatlantic response to Darwinism, the American controversy over teaching evolution in public schools, and the religious views of American scientists. He recalls the theological qualms about evolution held by some leading scientists of Darwin's time. He looks at the 2006 Dover, Pennsylvania, court decision on teaching Intelligent Design and other cases leading back to the landmark 1925 Scopes trial. Drawing on surveys that Larson conducted, he discusses attitudes of American scientists toward the existence of God and the afterlife."
Publisher: Athens : University of Georgia Press, c2007
Characteristics: xv, 66 p. : ill. ; 21 cm