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Teach the Controversy Resources Information on the Santorum Ammendment, Kansas School Board, Ohio Standards, and other "Teach the Controversy" related material.
Response to the PBS Evolution Project On September 24, 2001, PBS launched an 8-hour documentary series promoting Darwinism. The program will rerun often on PBS, is being promoted heavily to the public schools and can be ordered directly from PBS. (www.pbs.org/evolution/). As with the Carl Sagans Cosmos series two decades ago, the PBS Evolution Project comes across more as evangelism for the Darwinian worldview, than as rigorous, undebatable science. This program offers a great opportunity to teach your students critical thinking skills, so in keeping with ARN's goals of open and honest academic debate, we have compiled this page of analyses, commentaries, and critiques of the series.
Quicktime Video Interviews The ARN video page contains various interview clips which can be viewed through your web browser. Please note: These interviews are recorded in the Apple Quicktime format, and are optimized for downloading. The VHS versions (available from ARN) are of higher quality. To view the videos, you must have a current version of the Apple Quicktime Plug-In installed in your web browser.
Of Current Interest Featured on this page are articles, reviews, and other postings of current interest and significance that have recently appeared on the ARN Home page. Also listed are other recent additions to older areas of the site, and items with continuing additions.
ID Report Archives Archived news and commentary by Mark Hartwig and Phillip Johnson.
In the News Archives Archived News stories from 2001-2004.