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Teach the Controversy
By: Stephen C. Meyer
Cincinnati Enquirer
March 30, 2002

Fifty-two Ohio Scientists Call for Academic Freedom on Darwin's Theory
By: J. Sjogren & R. DiSilvestro
Press Release
March 20, 2002

Deny, Deny, Deny
By: John G. West
WorldNetDaily.com
January 5, 2002

Natural selection found in report on science education
By: Jonathan Wells and Jay W. Richards
The Washington Times
October 8, 2000

Scopes trial symbolism holds today
By: Bruce Chapman and Jay W. Richards
The Daily Oklahoman
August 26, 2000

Scopes in reverse
By: Nancy Pearcey
Washington Times
July 24, 2000

Creationism v. Evolution: Will Religion or Science Prevail?
By: David DeWolf & Dr. Eugenie Scott
Justice Talking
June 21, 2000

Darwin's Hostages:
A decision in Kansas to question evolution dogma has given rise to hysteria and intolerance
By: Michael J. Behe
American Spectator
December 1, 1999

All forms of science designed for discussion
By: Jonathan Wells
Topeka Capital-Journal
November 22, 1999

The Religious Implications of Teaching Evolution
By: Phillip E. Johnson
The Chronicle of Higher Education
November 12, 1999

Ridiculing Kansas school board easy, but itÂ’s not good journalism
By: Jonathan Wells
The Daily Republic (Mitchell, SD)
October 14, 1999

The Sky is Not Falling:
Did Kansas Ban Evolution?
By: Nancy Pearcey
Jubilee
September 1, 1999

The Church of Darwin
By: Phillip E. Johnson
The Wall Street Journal
August 16, 1999

Teach Evolution
And Ask Hard Questions
By: Michael J. Behe
The New York Times
August 13, 1999

Design & the Discriminating Public:
Gaining a Hearing from Ordinary People
By: Nancy Pearcey
Touchstone
August 1, 1999

Is intelligent design a dumb idea?
Current conflicts in biology
By: Jack Collins
Discovery Institute
May 1, 1999

The Designed "Just So" Universe
By: Dr. Walter L. Bradley
Leadership U
January 1, 1999

Let Schools Provide Full Disclosure
By: Stephen C. Meyer
The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA)
March 29, 1998

Scientific Correctness in San Francisco
By: Stephen C. Meyer
Origins Research Archives
November 24, 1993

Go ahead, teach Darwinism, but tell both sides of the story
By: John Angus Campbell, Stephen C. Meyer
San Jose Mercury News
May 10, 1985

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