Preface Acknowledgments How to Use This Book List of Creationist Claims Introduction 1. Philosophy and Theology Ethics Epistemology Foundation of Knowledge Theory of Science Scientific Method Theology 2. Biology Abiogenesis Genetics Molecular Biology Physiology and Anatomy Behavior and Cognition Botany Ecology and Population Biology Developmental Biology Systematics Evolution 3. Paleontology Physical Anthropology Transitional Fossils Fossil Record Methodology 4. Geology Geochronology Geological Column Sedimentation Evaporation Glaciation Mountain Building Erosion Geophysics and Plate Tectonics 5. Astronomy and Cosmology Earth Moon Planets and Solar System Sun and Stars Cosmology 6. Physics and Mathematics Second Law of Thermodynamics and Information Theory First Law of Thermodynamics Radiometric Decay 7. Miscellaneous Antievolution History Linguistics Folklore 8. Biblical Creationism Biblical Creationism Generally Biblical Accuracy Young-Earth Creationism Age of the Universe Death and the Fall Created Kinds Flood Miscellaneous Young-Earth Creationism Day-Age Creationism Geocentrism 9. Intelligent Design ID as Science Detecting Design First Cause Anthropic Principle Meta-arguments 10. Other Creationism Vedic Creationism Native North American Creationism Islamic Creationism Bibliography Index
Mark Isaak has written numerous articles on the creation/evolution debate. He is the editor of the "Index of Creationist Claims" on the acclaimed website www.talkorigins.org.
"Mark Isaak's book is thorough, up-to-date, readable, well argued, and clear. It provides citations for every argument or claim that is made about the usually inaccurate claims of anti-evolutionists. Indispensable and fair, it should be welcomed by all interested in these questions." - Kevin Padian, Museum of Paleontology, University of California"