The Cardinal, The Astronomer, and Darwin

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7 July 2005

The New York Times revealed two days later that[1]

Schoenborn's essay had been written at the urging of Mark Ryland, vice president of the Discovery Institute, and submitted to the Times by the Discovery Institute's public relations firm.

The Discovery Institute is a principle proponent of "Intelligent Design" creationism.

2 October 2005


  1. ^ Cornelia Dean and Laurie Goodstein, "Cardinal: Evolution may conflict with Catholic beliefs", The San Diego Union-Tribune, 9 July 2005.
  2. ^ Bob Park, "Evolution: Shoenborn's Folly Linked to Discovery Institute", What's New, 15 July 2005.
  3. ^ "Cardinal backs evolution and 'intelligent design' ", Reuters, 4 October 2005.


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