This site provides links to web sites on the Creation/evolution
controversy and related topics. A wide spectrum of positions
on origins are represented among these sites, some of which are hard to
categorize. However, for convenience I have divided the sites into
the following categories, with some listed in more than one
category (due to overlap in content or viewpoints presented).
- These sites generally advocate young-earthism and a literal
interpretation of Genesis. Most authors of these sites
believe the universe and all life was directly created only
about 5 to 15 thousand of years ago (rather than having evolved
over millions of years), and that most or all of the geologic
record was produced by a single worldwide flood.
Theistic evolution and broader forms of creationism
- These sites include proponents of old-earth creationism, Gap
and Day-Age theories, progressive creationism, and theistic evolution.
Inclusion here means that the sites endorse or support a
theistic viewpoint on origins but are not strict creationists.
Evolution supporters and strict creationism refutations
- Included are sites that explain mainstream concepts of
of evolution, paleontology, and evolutoon, as well as those
that specifically address or refute one or more strict creationist
claims. Inclusion here does necessarily not mean the author is hostile
to theism or religion (some are theists themselves, or even
creationists addressing unfounded claims withing their ranks).
I have briefly annotated each link; however, readers are urged
to visit each site before drawing conclusions about its quality
or content. If you are new to the origins controversy, a
site that will get you up to speed on the basic issues
and terminology without promoting a particular dogma is the
Science and Religion page, developed by the
Ontario Centre for Religious Tolerance, at