Evolution and Religion around the Blogosphere

Evolution and Religion around the Blogosphere May 26, 2011

There were so many useful and interesting posts related to evolution and religion that it seemed worthy of a round-up.

RJS discusses Tiktaalik, an important fossil of a transitional form.

Biologos has a video and post on Intelligent Design as bad theology as well as weak science. Marc Cortez also linked to it.

Larry Moran discusses Jonathan Wells‘ junk science on junk DNA.

Joel Watts links to a United Methodist statement on faith and science.

The Dispersal of Darwin links to a number of articles of interest, most of which relate to this topic.

And from other scientific domains, IO9 has a piece on the star that enabled Edwin Hubble to realize our universe was so much bigger than previously thought, and Bad Astronomy passes on the sad news that NASA has lost its Spirit.

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