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Book Review: Understanding Fundamentalism And Evangelicalism

Understanding Fundamentalism And Evangelicalism, by George M. Marsden It was not until getting to near the end of this book that I really appreciated it.  As someone who is on the outskirts of both fundamentalist and evangelical culture, largely through … Continue reading

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Book Review: Animal Architecture

Animal Architecture, by Ingo Arndt, text by Jürgen Tautz There is a deep and fatal inconsistency in this book, and it demonstrates something larger and more troubling at the problems of science as it relates to design.  On the one … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ancestors: In Search Of Human Origins

Ancestors:  In Search Of Human Origins, by Donald Johanson, Lenora Johanson, and Blake Edgar This book is the companion volume to a Nova series that must have ran a decade or two ago that I didn’t watch and am unlikely … Continue reading

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Book Review: Darwin’s Secret Sex Problem

Darwin’s Secret Sex Problem:  Exposing Evolution’s Fatal Flaw–The Origin of Sex, by F. LaGard Smith [Note:  This book was sent free of charge by Adams PR Group.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I did not ask for this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Native Ferns, Moss, & Grasses

Native Ferns, Moss, & Grasses:  From Emerald Carpet To Amber Wave:  Serene And Sensuous Plants For The Garden, by William Cullina Unfortunately, this book was not quite as serene as I would have wished it to be.  While I have … Continue reading

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Book Review: Chickens: Their Natural And Unnatural Histories

Chickens:  Their Natural And Unnatural Histories, by Janet Lembke I had to wait for this book for nearly a month after having requested from the library.  Was it worth the wait to read, even if I managed to devour this … Continue reading

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Book Review: The World Of Birds

The World Of Birds, by James Fisher and Roger Tory Peterson Be forewarned that if you decide to read this book it may draw some attention, not least because the book is massive.  It’s a book that is impossible to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Deep Ancestry

Deep Ancestry:  Inside The Genographic Project:  The Landmark DNA Quest To Decipher Our Distant Past, by Spencer Wells I am going to have a lot of harsh things to say about this book and its approach, so I would like … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Design Revolution

The Design Revolution:  Answering The Toughest Questions About Intelligent Design, by William Dembski It should come as little surprise that as someone who has taken to reading (or, more often, re-reading) classic works on intelligent design [1] that I should … Continue reading

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Book Review: Intelligent Design 101

Intelligent Design 101:  Leading Experts Explain The Key Issues, edited by H. Wayne House As someone who is well-read concerning matters of intelligent design [1], from time to time I enjoy reading about the issues involving intelligent design.  As usual, … Continue reading

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