Cathy Duffy, homeschool curriculum specialist

Duffy, whose main work is reviewing homeschool curricula, also has a section of book reviews on other subjects, including origins. She says:

"I have been reading seriously about origins for a few years, but I have found it difficult to pin down details of the various models. Mapping the Origins Debate brings it all together in one place."


Duffy also says:

Mapping the Origins Debate is the most useful resource I've found for getting a clear overview of the different possible explanations for the origins of life.

I suspect that someone who hasn't read anything about origins would find Mapping the Origins Debate a bit overwhelming. But those who have been reading and thinking about the subject and are already familiar with some of the evidence and arguments should find it understandable. Some science background helps, but it's not essential to grasp the key points.

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