“New England Faculty and College Students Differ in Their Views About Evolution, Creationism, Intelligent Design and Religiosity“NEW just published (online access) in Evolution Education and Outreach, December 18th 2010 [PDF]
Figure 1. Percentage of New England faculty (Fac) versus college students from public secular (Pub), private secular (Priv) and religious (Rel) institutions who think evolution is: A = definitely true, B = probably true.
Figure 2. Percentage of New England faculty (Fac) versus college students from public secular (Pub) and private secular (Priv) institutions who consider the following statements about religiosity to be either true (black part of the bar) or false (color): A = faith in God is necessary for morality, B = religion is very important in my life, C = I pray at least once a day.
“On the Theory of Evolution versus the Concept of Evolution: Three Observations”NEW just published (online access) in Evolution Education and Outreach, December 15th 2010 [PDF]
“Integrating horizontal gene transfer and common descent to depict evolution and contrast it with common design” published in the Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 2010 [PDF]
Also read “Introduction: Protistan Biology, Horizontal Gene Transfer, and Common Descent Uncover Faulty Logic in Intelligent Design“ [PDF] to Pre-ISOP meeting workshop (International Society of Protistologists), June 11-13 2009, “Horizontal Gene Transfer and Phylogenetic Evolution Debunk Intelligent Design” by Dr. Avelina Espinosa, professor at Roger Williams University.