Evolution vs. Creationism: Listen to the Scientists

Today we have something a little different. We often have lay people refuting creationism (which only shows how easy it is to do), but this time we have a whole series of videos with well spoken scientists who know more about their respective fields than almost anyone in the world explaining the basics of science, evolution and more.

Many of you will already be familiar with much of the material presented in these videos, but it is still good information and it is presented in a way that most people should understand it. I would recommend that creationists in particular watch some of these to clear up misconceptions that are encouraged by most of the popular creationist sites.

To start with, here’s one that many of the creationists I talk to should watch:

The Age of the Earth

The rest of the Evolution vs. Creationism series:

  1. Listen to the Scientists
  2. Is Evolution Just a Theory?
  3. No Controversy
  4. “Teach the Controversy”
  5. Is Hearing Both Sides Fair?
  6. Experts vs. Scientists-Peer Review
  7. The Process of Science
  8. Epistemology
  9. Purpose & Goals of Creationism
  10. History of Evolution v Creationism
  11. Evolution Essential to Education
  12. Pragmatic Value of Evolution
  13. Creationism’s Negative Effects
  14. Science Teachers Challenged
  15. Biblical Literalism
  16. The Age of the Earth
  17. Scientific Explanations & God
  18. Freedom of Religion
  19. Gaps in the Record & Complexity
  20. Origins of Cellular Life
  21. Some Beliefs in Creationism=50%
  22. Abuse of Science & Democracy
  23. Position of Science in U.S. Today
  24. Scientists Responsibility to Speak
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About Kazz

My name is Shawn Esplin and I am an advocate of Free Thought and general good sense and thought in general. To that end, I encourage people to seriously question the things that they have been taught, especially as children, because many of these things - religious and secular - are taken on faith until we actively choose to seriously examine them for ourselves.

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