Creationism's Trojan Horse: The Wedge of Intelligent Design

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Oxford University Press, USA, Jan 8, 2004 - Science - 448 pages
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Forrest and Gross expose the scientific failure, the religious essence, and the political ambitions of "intelligent design" creationism. They examine the movement's "Wedge Strategy," which has advanced and is succeeding through public relations rather than through scientific research. Analyzing the content and character of "intelligent design theory," they highlight its threat to public education and to the separation of church and state.
 

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Review: Creationism's Trojan Horse: The Wedge of Intelligent Design

User Review  - Andrew Barrow - Goodreads

Solid and instructive read. A bit dry and recursive at times, but this book was not written to entertain or make an art statement. It is unsparing in its arguments against the creationist movement ... Read full review

Review: Creationism's Trojan Horse: The Wedge of Intelligent Design

User Review  - Geoffrey - Goodreads

This is a thick book but I recommend it. Although it was written before the Dover Kitzmiller trial (That was what I wanted to read about) it shows the extent of effort of anti-evolution agents in the ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
3
1 How the Wedge Began
15
A Design for Design
25
3 Searching for the Science
35
4 Paleontology Lite and Copernican Discoveries
49
5 A Conspiracy Hunter and a Newton
85
6 Everything Except Science I
147
7 Everything Except Science II
179
8 Wedging into Power Politics
215
9 Religion Firstand Last
257
Update on the Wedge
317
Notes
339
Index
411
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