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August, 2013

Welcome to the ARN Announce email reports. These brief emails are sent out every few months to help you keep up with the top intelligent design news and resources at a glance, and provide you with quick links to more information. We also provide you with advanced notice of new products and special sales available only to our email subscribers.

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Upon reflection of his “Origin of Species,” Charles Darwin famously admitted “I am well aware that scarcely a single point is discussed in this volume on which facts cannot be adduced, often apparently leading to conclusions directly opposite to those at which I have arrived. A fair result can be obtained only by fully stating and balancing the facts and arguments on both sides of each question, and this cannot possibly be done here.” (Introduction to “On the Origin of Species,” 1859)

Although it took over 150 years for someone to fully state and balance the facts, Stephen C. Meyer has done the job admirably. His most recent book, “Darwin's Doubt” is a game changer and paradigm shifter: a 21st Century answer to 19th Century philosophical naturalism and notion that micro can be reliably extrapolated to account for the macro (aka The Flat-Earth Fallacy).

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ARN News Flash

Be sure to catch the latest news from our premiere bloggers, David Tyler and Tom Magnuson:

David Tyler (http://www.arn.org/blogs/index.php?author=11)

  • Icons of evolution continue to mislead

  • Progressionist language in science literature

  • Human ancestry declared to be still an enduring puzzle

  • Camera designs inspired by arthropod eyes

  • On academic freedom to discuss infanticide

Tom Magnuson (http://www.arn.org/blogs/index.php/3?author=4)

  • Mark Armitage possibily the latest victim of the Darwinist inquisition

  • BSU closes records of prof review

  • Frank Turek's review of Darwin's Doubt

  • Petition Filed on White House Website to Ban the Teaching of Creation in U.S. Schools


Sincerely,
Art Battson