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We highly recommend an article in The Conversation titled How to slam dunk creationists when it comes to the theory of evolution. It was written by Paul Braterman, Honorary Research Fellow, University of Glasgow, and Professor Emeritus, University of North … Continue reading
This is an update on the unfortunate situation in Scotland, with which you are already familiar. If not, the tale is told in our last post about it, which was only ten days ago: Scotland Refuses To Ban Creationism. In … Continue reading
We were informed about today’s letter-to-the-editor by Paul Braterman, who has become our chief operative in Scotland. It appears at the website of something called Hebrides News, located in Stornoway, the largest town (population 8,000) in the Outer Hebrides, an … Continue reading
A headline in the HeraldScotland of Cambuslang, just outside Glasgow, brought back memories of a few old posts which mention some familiar names. It’s Leading creationist Dr Nagy Iskander reappointed to sit on South Lanarkshire council education committee as unelected … Continue reading