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Taner Edis

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Critiques of Creationism

Islamic Creation in Turkey (1994) (Off Site)

Relativist Apologetics: The Future of Creationism (1997) (Off Site)

Taking Creation Seriously: Are Skeptics Answering Creationists Effectively? (1998) (Off Site)

Cloning Creationism in Turkey (1999) (Off Site)

Darwin in Mind: 'Intelligent Design' Meets Artificial Intelligence (2001) (Off Site)

Creationism to Universal Darwinism: Evolution and Religion Today (2003) (Off Site)

Harun Yahya and Islamic Creationism (2003) (Off Site)

A World Designed by God: Science and Creationism in Contemporary Islam (2003) (Off Site)

Creationism to Universal Darwinism: Evolution and Religion (2002)

A short taste of the long-standing argument between religionists and evolutionists, where it has been, and where it is going. As Edis puts it, "Today, more than a century after Darwin convinced biologists that life had evolved, we still see a raging controversy over creation and evolution. Together with this, we have a large range of ideas about what evolution means for religion."


Book Reviews

Can Secular Philosophy Give Us Objective Morality? (2003)

On Two Reviews of Atheism, Morality and Meaning by Michael Martin (2003)

Exposing the Indefensible (2003)

A review of S.T. Joshi's God's Defenders: What They Believe and why They are Wrong

Review of Totality Beliefs and the Religious Imagination (2008)

Anthony Campbell's short and accessible Totality Beliefs and the Religious Imagination illustrates a temperament rather than providing exhaustive arguments against religious beliefs. Campbell thinks that the supernatural is not real, but there is no rancor in his view of religion. He does not treat supernatural convictions as a straightforward mistake curable by a steady application of common sense. Nor does he think that religion is invariably an evil. And even though he has come to think that religions involve too many false beliefs, he thinks that there are too many important questions entangled with our religious traditions to just cast them aside.

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