The Society for the Study of Evolution promotes the study of organic evolution.
The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is an online community of pro-evolutionists who scorn the intelligent design camp’s idea of a designer by ascribing the designer the personality of a giant ball of pasta. Adherents are known as “Pastafarians.” Bobby Henderson runs the site.
The Creation Research Society is an Arizona-based organization of scientists and laypeople committed to what it calls “scientific special creation.” Board members are listed on the website.
Feb. 11, 2005, is celebrated as Darwin Day, an international observance of Charles Darwin’s work on evolution. Check out International Darwin Day Foundation’s site that maintains a list of celebrations of the naturalist’s birthday around the world, including the United States.
The website Religious Tolerance maintains a list of the beliefs of 17 religions regarding the origins of life.
The TalkOrigins Archive explores the creationism/evolution controversy in support of mainstream scientific thought, but it includes many links to creationist and intelligent design networks and articles.
The International Society for Complexity, Information and Design is a nonprofit that proposes to “retrain the scientific imagination to see purpose in nature.”
Answers in Genesis is a Christian group that promotes creationism. It runs the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky.
Reasons to Believe is a Christian ministry that supports people who want to find scientific proof of biblical events.