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Flock of Dodos

Behind Modern Creationism, Intelligent Design & the Easter Bunny

By Jon P. Alston

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| eBook | 9780978721305

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What is creationism? Is it science, theology, both, neither? Who's behind it? What does it mean for Western Civilization? And why should you give a damn in the first place?

National Lampoon veteran Barrett Brown and Professor of Sociology Jon P Continue

What is creationism? Is it science, theology, both, neither? Who's behind it? What does it mean for Western Civilization? And why should you give a damn in the first place?

National Lampoon veteran Barrett Brown and Professor of Sociology Jon P. Alston, Ph.D, answer these questions - and perhaps one or two others -in a superbly unorthodox, serenely offensive and splendidly hilarious look at the forces behind the most talked-about pseudo-theory in modern history.

In Flock of Dodos, the reader will discover ominous parallels between Billy Joel's greaser anthem Uptown Girl and chief intelligent design proponent William Dembski, the wholly non-Christian origins of the United States, the goofy history of the creation science movement, secrets of a happy marriage to anti-feminist icon Phylis Schafly, stunning evidence that William Jennings Bryan might not have been all that bright, the the three interesting things that occurred in 2004, and the true nature of the millennia-old Conspiracy of Nonsense that threatens the very fiber of Western Civilization.

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  • English Books
  • eBook 155 Pages
  • ISBN-10: 0978721306
  • ISBN-13: 9780978721305
  • Publisher: Cambridge House Press, Inc.
  • Publish date: 2007-02-01
  • Dimensions: 129 mm x 903 mm x 1,225 mm Just how big is that?
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