Richard Green is a science graduate turned lawyer who lives with his wife and two daughters in Salisbury, England--described as one of the most secular countries in the world. He spends much of his spare time working to keep it that way, investigating and attacking fundamentalist groups and evangelical projects.
Is Creationism an absurd but harmless set of beliefs which may be ridiculed but should be tolerated, or is it a pernicious "mind virus" which must be opposed? Why do Creationists go to such extraordinary lengths to justify and promote their beliefs? How do creationism and evolution fare in British schools?
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