(Works consulted but not cited are not listed.)
PRO-THEORY OF EVOLUTION / ANTI-CREATIONISM
- >  Falk, Dean. Braindance, NY: Henry Holt and Co., 1992.
-  Growlett, John. Ascent to Civilization, NY: Alfred A. Knopf,
-  Howell, F. Clark. Early Man, NY: Time Life Books, 1973.
-  Johanson, David, and Maitland, Edy. Lucy, NY: Simon and Schuster,
-  Johanson, David, and Shreeve, James. Lucy's Child, NY: William
Morrow and Co., 1989.
-  Leakey, Richard, and Lewin, Roger. Origins, NY: E.P. Dutten, 1977.
- >  Leakey, Richard, and Lewin, Roger. Origins Reconsidered, NY:
- >  Lewin, Roger. Bones of Contention, NY: Simon and
- >  Lewin, Roger. In the Age of Mankind, Washington,
D.C.: Smithsonian Books, 1988.
-  Pfieffer, John. The Emergence of Man,
NY: Harper and Row, 1969.
-  Wendt, Herbert. From Ape to Man, NY: The
Bubbs Merril Co., 1972.
ANTI-THEORY OF EVOLUTION / PRO-CREATIONISM
-  Bliss, Richard. Origins: Creation or Evolution? El Cajon,
CA: Master Books, 1988.
-  Gish, Duane T. The Amazing Story of Creation from Science and the
Bible El Cajon, CA: Institute for Creation Research, 1990.
-  Graham, Keith, et al. Biology Pensacola, FL: A Beka Book
-  Ham, ken, et. al. The Answers book, El Cajon, CA: Master Books,
- >  Johnson, Phillip. Darwin on Trial, Washington, D.C.: Regnery Gateway,
- >  McDowell, Josh and Stewart, Don. Reasons Skeptics Should
Consider Christianity, San Bernardino, CA: Here's Life, 1981.
-  Moreland, J.P. Scaling the Secular City, Grand Rapids: Baker Book House,
- >  Morris, Henry M. Evolution and the Modern Christian,
Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co., 1988.
-  Morris, Henry M. The Twilight of Evolution, Grand Rapids: Baker
Book House, 1967.
- >  Ranganathan, B.G. Origins?, Carlisle, PA: The Banner of Truth
-  Whitcomb, John. The Early Earth, Grand Rapids: Baker Book
NEUTRAL REFERENCE WORKS
-  Grzimek, Bernhard, ed. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 10,
NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., 1984.
-  Pinchot, Roy, ed. The Human Body, "The Skeleton", NY: Torster
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">" indicates most recommended for further study. Pro-evolution books are
recommended for how well they reveal the actual state of their evidence.