God, Darwin, and Design: Lessons from the Dover Monkey Trail
It has been 80 years since the Scopes Monkey Trial, but the debate between science and religion has never been as heated as it is now. Recent efforts to introduce “intelligent design” into science classes will likely lead to a major Supreme Court ruling on the issue. Kenneth R. Miller, a professor of biology at Brown University, is a preeminent evolutionary scientist—and the author of the most widely used high school biology textbook in America. He is perfectly suited to address this controversial topic on many fronts.
Presentation: God, Darwin, and Design: Lessons from the Dover Monkey Trail (Environmental Science Institute, 2008-04-04)