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Readership: This book is for anyone interested in questions related to science and religion, including both scholars in relevant disciplines as well as students and lay readers. It is intended for a general readership, and almost nothing in the way of scientific or religious background is assumed.
Jason Rosenhouse, Associate Professor of Mathematics, James Madison University
Jason Rosenhouse is Associate Professor of Mathematics at James Madison University. He is previously the author of The Monty Hall Problem: The Remarkable Story of Math's Most Contentious Brain Teaser.
"Jason Rodenhouse's book is a fascinating look at creationism from the outside. Rather than simply poke fun at silly creationist ideas, a game that palls rather quickly, Rodenhouse attends creationist and ID (Intelligent Design) conferences, visits centres and generally immerses himself in the culture. ... While he does this from the point of view of an atheist, he is respectful of those he is meeting with. ... Overall an interesting book if you really want to get to grips with why creationism is so strong in the US." - Brian Clegg, Now Appearing
Part One: Vignettes
Part Two: The Creation Mega-Conference, Lynchburg, VA, June 2005
Part Three: Darwin and Design, Knoxville, TN, March 2007
Part Four: Visiting the Creation Museum, Petersburg, KY, Summer 2010
Part Five: The Sixth International Conference on Creationism, Pittsburgh, PA, August 2008
Epilogue: The Ninth North American Paleontological Convention, Cincinnati, OH, June 2009