This category brings together the discussion of evolution from both a scientific and religious viewpoint. At the top-level of this category are sites that take an overview of the discussion, without taking a position. Sites which take a position are classified in the subcategories, with others taking similar positions.
Provides a discussion forum in relation to religion, atheism, creation and the origin of mankind. Are we here by accident or design? The agnostic will remain open to all possibilities.
Includes some pivotal events in the last two centuries that changed what most scientists believed about origins, and what was taught in public schools.
A collection of answers and links about the debate between evolution and creation.
Brief overview of the narrative story that underpins scientific thinking today and religious naturalism.
Vexen Crabtree takes a look at evolution highlighting the wasteful, dysfunctional and problematic features resulting from its unplanned course.
Drawing from many sources R.S. Whiteside explores the evolution of human consciousness, focusing on the process of human incarnation.
Personal site that re-introduces the teaching of Creation and biblical history and overturns the teaching of evolution and secular humanism. It re-evaluates the science of evolution, the dating of the dinosaurs and the existence of Noah's Ark.
A review of the controversy from the standpoint of a Christian geologist, who points out why the situation does not require such polarized positions.
Gives arguments in favor of biological and human evolution.
Blog on evolution, development, neuroscience and other scientific issues of interest to Christians.
Overview and history of the Evolution/Creation debate.
A collection of short essays, several of which cover the relationship between science and religion, particularly the evolution vs. creationism debate.
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