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Darwinism: Science or Naturalistic Philosophy
The Debate at Stanford University between William B. Provine and Phillip E. Johnson

Video Study Guide

Access Research Network, 156 pages, 1997

Item# B021
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This guide is an excellent companion to the controversial and popular video debate between Professors Johnson and Provine, titled Darwinism: Science or Naturalistic Philosophy?. It is also available as part of a study kit (Item# V004SK) under the same title.

Debating before students and professors at Stanford University, these two eminent professors come to grips with the most important of all questions: Do we owe our existence to a creator? Can the blind watchmaker of natural selection take the place of God? Vigorous arguments and a lively question and answer period illuminate the contemporary debate between naturalistic and theistic ways of understanding our existence.

The study guide presents a "road map" to the video and provides thought-provoking questions and related discussion topics to those covered in the video. A series of transparency masters is also included. Suitable as a teaching resource for classroom instruction.


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