Links to Old-Earth and Mainstream Viewpoints on Origins
Compiled by Glen Kuban
Part of Kuban's Paleo Place
Note: These sites include both theistic and secular treatments which
address or refute strict creationist claims, or support mainstream
earth science. I do not necessarily
endorse all the statements or views expressed on these web sites.
American Scientific Affiliation
A large organization of Christians who are also scientists.
Exlores issues of Scienc, Faith, and their interrelationships.
Armin Held's "Science and Faith" website
An old earth Christian viewpoint on origins, with many
well researched and thought-provoking articles.
The Talk.Origins Newsgroup Archives/Faqs
National Center for Science Education
This site has the most extensive collection of origins-related
material on the Internet. Included are many articles that critique
strict creationist claims and/or explain relevant concepts
(such as radiometric dating, speciation, fossilization, etc.).
Included are links to many
related web sites.
NCSE is a non-profic organization devoted to promoting science education
and the accurate teaching of mainstream evolutionary concepts. They
publish a journal and newsletter which often debunk strict
Dealing with Anti-Evolutionism
- By Eugenie Scott of National Center for Science Education.
Evolution Versus Scientific Creationism
Wesley R. Elsberry's Creation/evolution page. Elsberry presents a
lexicon of jargon in the creation/evolution debate, a system of
categorizing various views on the subject, and a menu of
C/E articles and links. Elsberry decribes himself as a "creationist
Andrew MaCrae's Origins Page
Hugh Ross's "Reasons to Belive" website
Includes a refutation of Ted Holden's "Carboniferous human bones" claims
Christian author and scientist Hugh Ross is one
of the best known "progressive creation" advocates.
Paluxy Dinosaur/"Man Track" Controversy
North Texas Skeptics Home Page
This site features a collection of articles by myself and others
refuting the once popular creationist claims that human and dinosaur
tracks occur together in the Paluxy River near Glen Rose, Texas.
Included are reference lists and links to related sites.
- A local skeptics group that includes material on the C/E controversy
Scientific American: 15 Answers to Creationist Nonsense
Scientific American Article refuting 15 strict creationist arguments