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Of Pandas and People

Percival Davis, Dean Kenyon

Haughton, 189 pages, hardback
2nd edition, 5th printing, 2004, 1993

Item# B005
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Includes Teachers' Guide

Many people are still unhappy with how the topic of origins is covered in our public school biology textbooks. Although the publishers will be forced to fix the outright errors about evolution, no effort will be made to cover peer-reviewed criticisms of neo-Darwinian theory. And of course, no textbook is yet willing to present the alternative of Intelligent Design. The only option available is the biology textbook supplement Of Pandas and People originally published by the Foundation for Thought and Ethics in 1989 and now available in the improved Second Edition and Fifth printing.

This book is designed for use in public schools and has gone through extensive scientific review and public school field testing. Private schools and homeschoolers will also find this a valuable resource. The following topics are covered:

  • User's Guide to the Book
  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Chapter 1: The Origin of Life
  • Chapter 2: Genetics and Macroevolution
  • Chapter 3: The Origin of Species
  • Chapter 4: The Fossil Record
  • Chapter 5: Homology
  • Chapter 6: Biochemical Similarities
  • Glossary
  • A Note to Teachers
  • Index

The Overview has been written as a 40 page easy-to-read summary of the entire book, chapter by chapter. The individual chapters are called Excursions, which allow the student to delve into deeper technical detail on each subject. Each chapter also provides and Intelligent Design perspective on the topic as well as suggested resources for further reading.

If you have a high school student interested in science, this a "must read" book. In fact anyone interested in the origins debate will find this a valuable resource with its clear presentation of the essential arguments and beautiful color illustrations.


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