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I had this book on hard cover but I gave it to my brother and downloaded a digital copy for my Kindle. One of the better books on natural selection that I have read.Published 6 months ago by ChadWilliam1
""Shermer is savage about the shortcomings of intelligent design
and eloquent about the spirituality of science . . . An invaluable primer. Read more
Reviewed by Dr. Andrea Diem-Lane
Shermer argues, rightfully so, that the ID movement is mainly a front for creationism. Read more
This book itself is cheaply made; a cheap paperback with light print on almost newsprint paper so trying to make readable notations on the pages is tough. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Bishop
Another classic the deity folks hate because the truth bell keeps on ringing, oh woo-woo is they who cling to the writings of bronze age mystics. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent book which covers the creation-evolution dispute quite well.Published 19 months ago by David R. Barkmeier
I'm an anthropologist so you know, I'm all about Darwin, evolution, science... Knowing who we are and where we came from is important to knowing where we are going... Read morePublished on May 24, 2014 by angel jones