Increasing references to scientific creationism in Soviet atheistic publications indicate that it is having an impact. Attacks on creationism in Soviet publications have not ended with glasnost', but concurrently, this policy-- which allows greater press freedoms and more importation of material published in the West--may eventually expose more persons in the Soviet Union than ever before to the concepts of scientific creationism.
Creationism, scientific, Soviet Union, response
Volume 2:I, Pages 143-146
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Melnick, A. James
"The Impact of Scientific Creationism in the Soviet Union and the Soviet Response,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2, Article 26.
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