Internet links

David H. Bailey
1 Jan 2012 (c) 2012

This is a listing of some recommended Internet links for useful information in the general area of science and religion. The editor does not necessarily endorse information on these sites:

  1. Talkorigins.org site: http://www.talkorigins.org. This website includes an extensive collection of articles on evolution and related topics, written by numerous contributors. Some of the more interesting articles include:
    29+ Evidences for Macroevolution
    Plagiarized Errors and Molecular Genetics
    Are Mutations Harmful?
    Observed Instances of Speciation
    Genetic Algorithms and Evolutionary Computation
    The Vestigiality of the Human Vermiform Appendix
    Bombardier Beetles and the Argument of Design
    The Evolution of Color Vision
    Lies, Damned Lies, Statistics, and Probability of Abiogenesis Calculations
    The Origin of Life
    Transitional Vertebrate Fossils FAQ
    Fossil Hominids: The Evidence for Human Evolution
    The Age of the Earth
    Irreducible Complexity and Michael Behe: Do Biochemical Machines Show Intelligent Design?
    Thermodynamics, Evolution and Creationism

  2. National Center for Science Education: http://www.ncse.com. The National Center for Science Education provides detailed background information on creationism, intelligent design and evolution. Some of the more interesting pages include:
    News events in science education
    Creationism controversy materials
    Science and religion materials
    Evolution education materials
    Reports of the NCSE (browse online issues)

  3. Biologist Kenneth Miller's evolution resources: http://www.millerandlevine.com/km/evol. This provides some useful online articles and essays. Two particularly interesting items are:
    Answer the Biochemical Argument from Design
    The Flagellum Unspun: The Collapse of Irreducible Complexity

  4. Biologos: http://www.biologos.org. This website includes articles and discussion of science and religion, mostly from an evangelical perspective. Two representative articles are:
    Biblical and Scientific Shortcomings of Flood Geology
    Self-Assembly of the Bacterial Flagellum: No Intelligence Required

  5. The Discovery Institute: http://www.discovery.org/csc. This is the website for the Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture, which is the umbrella organization that supports and disseminates much of the intelligent design movement's scholarship. Some of the more popular articles include:
    Why Darwinism is False
    What Every Theologian Should Know About Creation, Evolution, and Design
    Is Darwinian Evolution Compatible with Religion?

  6. The Foundation for Thought and Ethics: http://www.fteonline.com. This is an institute for intelligent design in Richardson, Texas. Its most prominent member is William Dembski.

  7. The U.K. Centre for Intelligent Design: http://www.c4id.org.uk. This organization was recently formed in the U.K. to be a counterpart to the Discovery Institute in the U.S. It is directed by Alastair Noble of Glasgow, Scotland.

  8. Creationist organizations:
    Answers in Genesis
    Creation Museum
    Creation Research Society
    Institute for Creation Research