Niles and Greg Eldredge — keeping the world safe for evolution (it’s an unfortunate task, but somebody’s got to do it)
|February 14, 2007||Posted by William Dembski under Evolution, Intelligent Design|
A new journal is coming out that wouldn’t be necessary if we weren’t so much trouble: Outreach and Education in Evolution, published by Springer Verlag. As a seminary professor (among other things), I usually associate the word “outreach” with proselytizing and missionary zeal. For people who aren’t religious, those Darwinists sure have learned a lot from religion.
. . . A father-and-son teamÃ¢â‚¬â€a world-renowned evolutionary biologist and a highly skilled and sophisticated science high school teacherÃ¢â‚¬â€have decided itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s time to help science educators fight back against the strong pressure creationists are exerting on public education. In the new journal Outreach and Education in Evolution, to be published by Springer starting in March 2008, editors-in-chief Niles and Greg Eldredge intend to fill the gap between scientific literature and curriculum materials normally available to educators and students. . . .
SOURCE: Springer Verlag.