Creationist Web Sites
The Wedge Strategy
From the Discovery Institute's Center for the Renewal of Science and Culture, a creationist site, the five year plan lays out the current creationist agenda of national efforts to "defeat scientific materialism and its destructive moral, cultural, and political legacies."
Intelligent Design Network
This group supports Intelligent Design Creationism. They have offices in Kansas, Minnesota, and New Mexico.
Center for Science and Culture
The Discovery Intsitute's site espousing Intelligent Design Creationism and supporting the Wedge Strategy above.
Institute for Creation Research
The Institute for Creation Research in El Cahon CA. They publish a monthly newsletter Acts & Facts which includes "Impact" articles criticizing evolution.
Creation Research Society
The Creation Research Society in Chino Valley AZ, publishers of the Creation Research Soceity Quarterly, the young earth creationists' scientific journal. The Bizell Library at OU subscribes to this journal and has an almost complete set of volumes.
Answers in Genesis
Ken Ham's organization located in Kentucky. They are building a multimillion dollar creationist museum.
Center for Scientific Creation
Walter Brown's Center for Scientific Creation located in Phoenix, Arizona.
Creation Evidence Museum
Carl Baugh's Creation Evidence Museum in Glen Rose Texas. Baugh has a weekly program "Creation in the 21st Century" on TBN. It is available locally.
Creation Science Evangelism
Kent Hovind's Creation Science Evangelism site. Kent provides a lot of info to legislators developing anti-evolution laws. An MSN search on "hovind" found 7691 sites, mainly devoted to criticizing all his bogus statements about evolution.
Coral Ridge Ministries
Dr. James Kennedy's Coral Ridge Ministries which often contains anti-evolution articles - currently one criticizing the recent National Geographic issue on evolution.
REASONS TO BELIEVE
Founded by Hugh Ross. Organization attempts to show that religion and science do not conflict, but is basically religious creationism.
Southern Plains Creation Society
Dan Hicks Southern Plains Creation Society. Entry into the site requires one logon with a password. Contact Hicks at (918) 250-1887. He may still have a small museum at 4729 NW 25th St. OKC OK 73127.
Creation Truth Foundation
Thomas Sharp's Creation Truth Foundation (PO Box 1435, Noble OK 73068). Sharp has a dinosaur collection which he features at talks to churches and even public schools.
OU IDEA Club
The Intelligent Design and Evolution Awareness Club at the University of Oklahoma.
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