Table of Contents

COVER iv
DEDICATION iv
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS... v
VITA... vi
ABSTRACT vii
INTRODUCTION viii
PROCESS SKILLS viii
CONTENT viii


PART I: OPPOSING CONCEPTS: CREATION AND EVOLUTION


ANCIENT HUMAN CULTURES APPEAR IN SOPHISTICATED FORM 10


RELIGIOUS NATURE OF EVOLUTIONARY THOUGHT 28


ANTHROPOLOGY AND MAN'S RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE 45


PART 2 - THE EVIDENCE OF PERSONALLY CONDUCTED FIELDWORK AND OTHER INVESTIGATORY RESEARCH

EXCAVATION PHOTOS

Excerpt from Dinosaur

ANALYSIS OF SINGLE FOOTPRINTS

Photo Pages:


PART 3 - Academic Justification for Voluntary Inclusion of Scientific Creation in Public Classroom Curricula,
Supported by Evidence that Man and Dinosaurs were Comtemporary


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