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Back to Creationism: A defense of the scientific accuracy of the doctrine of special creation, and a plea for a return to faith in the literal interpretation of the Genesis record of creation as opposed to the theory of evolution by Harold W. Clark
Chance or Design?: On the origin of the universe by James E. Horigan
Thought Contagion: How belief spreads through society by Aaron Lynch
Living Prehistory: An introduction to physical anthropology and archaeology by Sharon S. McKern
Dinosaur Plots: And other intrigues in natural history by Leonard Krishtalka
Encyclopedia of Animals by Harold G. Cogger
God's Own Scientists: Creationists in a secular world by Christopher P. Toumey
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CollectionsAntievolution and other pseudosciences (398), A - General Works (2), B - Philosophy, Psychology, Religion (162), C - Auxiliary Sciences of History (5), D - World History (6), E - History of the Americas (11), G - Geography, Anthropology (115), H - Social Sciences (15), J - Political Science (3), K - Law (14), L - Education (2), M - Music (2), N - Fine Arts (8), P - Language and Literature (63), Q - Science (752), R - Medicine (4), S - Agriculture (1), T - Technology (1), U - Military Science (3), Z - Bibliography, Library Science (5), All collections (1,572)
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About meI have been active in defending science education against the attacks of antievolutionists for the last 22 years. I am something of a minor expert in the creation/evolution debate and the author of the blog Playing Chess with Pigeons. I am a member of the National Center for Science Education, the Skeptics Society, and a founding member of the McLean v. Arkansas Documentation Project. In the past I was also a volunteer at the Talk.Origins Archive answering feedback questions.
About my libraryMy collection is organized using the Library of Congress classification system, with one exception; I put books by creationists/antievolutionists/anti-Darwinists, and some other pseudoscientific works into the category of Antievolution literature.
Real nameTroy Britain
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