Madhusudan Katti
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Ruth Anthony-Gardner commented on Madhusudan Katti's blog post On losing an individual battle on the educational frontier of the evolution-creation culture war!
"As a biology teacher I always hated that so many others in my field failed to grasp science, and promoted a veneer of learning."
Nov 30, 2013
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Kirk Cameron offers free copies of "Origin of Species"!

"Yes - I'm glad to see them backtracking from the initial video, but lets see if Comfort actually keeps this promise to be truly "fair"!"
Sep 28, 2009
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Kirk Cameron offers free copies of "Origin of Species"!

"From the website Living Waters about the book: In November of 2009, we will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the publication of Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species, by giving away 100,000 copies of the book (304-pages) at 100 top U.S.…"
Sep 28, 2009
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Kirk Cameron offers free copies of "Origin of Species"!

"Well, Skeptical Deb, UCSD is on the list of the 50 schools where they plan to distribute these special editions. So you could pick up a copy there, I'm sure! :-)"
Sep 28, 2009
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Kirk Cameron offers free copies of "Origin of Species"!

"I was trying to find where the books were going to be distributed. I found that you can buy your own copy at:…"
Sep 28, 2009
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Kirk Cameron offers free copies of "Origin of Species"!

Sullied, of course, by a 50 page "introduction" full of shrill polemical drivel that will have nothing to do with the actual content of the book itself! To be given away - free, on the top 50 campuses in the country! May be the top 100 campuses...…
Sep 20, 2009
Madhusudan Katti commented on Madhusudan Katti's blog post On losing an individual battle on the educational frontier of the evolution-creation culture war!
"The new discoveries about how our brain works are fascinating, indeed - and we are still in the early days of understanding! And people who reject science for whatever reason are closing themselves off from these marvels - that's what saddens…"
Jul 23, 2009
Calladus commented on Madhusudan Katti's blog post On losing an individual battle on the educational frontier of the evolution-creation culture war!
"In my opinion, most of us are "wired" for belief. I think belief is a spandral (in the Stephen Jay Gould sense of the word) in that it is an "unintended consequence" of our evolved ability to imagine and predict the future. I…"
Jul 23, 2009

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On losing an individual battle on the educational frontier of the evolution-creation culture war!

Posted on July 21, 2009 at 6:16pm 12 Comments

Its an odd coincidence that I got a message from Atheist Nexus today, causing me to log in after a long time. Not that I put much stock in coincidences, but I feel distinctly odd. Odd because the email came right after I got out of a meeting with my born-again devout christian graduate student who announced they were quitting the biology graduate program after a prolonged struggle, and much prayer, to try to reconcile faith with evolution!



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