Race Vs Religion Essay Titles

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Top 100 Titles: Evolution & Creationism

  1. The Selfish Gene
    by Richard Dawkins
  2. Darwin's Black Box : The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution
    by Michael J. Behe
  3. The Third Chimpanzee
    by Jared Diamond
  4. The Blind Watchmaker : Why the Evidence of Evolution Reveals a Universe Without Design
    by Richard Dawkins
  5. The Beak of the Finch : A Story of Evolution in Our Time
    by Jonathan Weiner
  6. Darwin on Trial
    by Phillip E. Johnson
  7. The Origin of Species
    by Charles Darwin, Greg Suriano (Editor)
  8. The Fifth Miracle : The Search for the Origin and Meaning of Life
    by P. C. W. Davies
  9. Forbidden Archeology : The Hidden History of the Human Race
    by Michael A. Cremo, Richard L. Thompson
  10. Brief History of Everything
    by Ken Wilber, Tony Schwartz
  11. Out of Control : The New Biology of Machines, Social Systems and the Economic World
    by Kevin Kelly
  12. Darwin's Dangerous Idea : Evolution and the Meanings of Life
    by Daniel Clement Dennett
  13. Intelligent Design : The Bridge Between Science & Theology
    by William A. Dembski, Michael J. Behe
  14. The Dragons of Eden : Speculations on the Evolution of Human Intelligence
    by Carl Sagan
  15. Summer for the Gods : The Scopes Trial and America's Continuing Debate over Science and Religion
    by Edward J. Larson(Preface)
  16. Darwin's Ghost : The Origin of Species Updated
    by Steve Jones
  17. Defeating Darwinism by Opening Minds
    by Phillip E. Johnson
  18. The Origins of Virtue : Human Instincts and the Evolution of Cooperation
    by Matt Ridley
  19. The Great Human Diasporas : The History of Diversity and Evolution
    by Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza, et al
  20. In Search of Deep Time : Beyond the Fossil Record to a New History of Life
    by Henry Gee
  21. Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors : A Search for Who We Are
    by Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan (Contributor)
  22. Finding Darwin's God : A Scientist's Search for Common Ground Between God and Evolution
    by Kenneth R. Miller
  23. The Origins of Life : From the Birth of Life to the Origin of Language
    by John Maynard Smith, et al
  24. The Origin of Species : By Means of Natural Selection or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life (Bantam Classic)
    by Charles Darwin
  25. Evolving Brains (Scientific American Library Series, No 68)
    by John Morgan Allman
  26. Not By Chance, S/C
    by Lee M. Spetner
  27. Lucy's Legacy : Sex and Intelligence in Human Evolution
    by Alison Jolly
  28. Genesis and the Big Bang : The Discovery of Harmony Between Modern Science and the Bible
    by Gerald L. Schroeder
  29. The Voyage of the Beagle : Charles Darwin's Journal of Researches
    by Charles Darwin, et al
  30. Evolution : A Theory in Crisis
    by Michael Denton
  31. Mystery of Mysteries : Is Evolution a Social Construction
    by Michael Ruse
  32. The Extended Phenotype : The Long Reach of the Gene (Popular Science)
    by Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett (Afterword)
  33. The Hidden History of the Human Race
    by Michael A. Cremo, Richard L. Thompson
  34. Wonderful Life : The Burgess Shale and the Nature of History
    by Stephen Jay Gould
  35. Becoming Human: Evolution and Human Uniqueness
    by Ian Tattersall
  36. River Out of Eden : A Darwinian View of Life (Science Masters Series)
    by Richard Dawkins, Lalla Ward (Illustrator)
  37. God After Darwin : A Theology of Evolution
    by John F. Haught
  38. Leonardo's Mountain of Clams and the Diet of Worms : Essays on Natural History
    by Stephen Jay Gould
  39. Why Sex Matters : A Darwinian Look at Human Behavior
    by Bobbi S. Low
  40. Darwin's Black Box : The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution
    by Michael J. Behe
  41. Climbing Mount Improbable
    by Richard Dawkins, Lalla Ward (Illustrator)
  42. Symbiotic Planet : A New Look at Evolution (Science Masters Series)
    by Lynn Margulis
  43. Nature's Destiny : How the Laws of Biology Reveal Purpose in the Universe
    by Michael Denton
  44. Three Views on Creation and Evolution (Counterpoints Series)
    by James Porter Moreland(Editor), John Mark Reynolds (Editor)
  45. Cradle of Life : The Discovery of Earth's Earliest Fossils
    by J. William Schopf
  46. Origins of Life
    by Freeman J. Dyson
  47. Microcosmos : Four Billion Years of Evolution from Our Microbial Ancestors
    by Lynn Margulis, et al
  48. Bones of Contention : A Creationist Assessment of the Human Fossils
    by Marvin L. Lubenow
  49. A Walk Through Time : From Stardust to Us : The Evolution of Life on Earth
    by Sidney Liebes, et al
  50. Full House : The Spread of Excellence from Plato to Darwin
    by Stephen Jay Gould
  51. Sudden Origins : Fossils, Genes, and the Emergence of Species
    by Jeffrey H. Schwartz
  52. From Lucy to Language
    by Donald Johanson, et al
  53. The Diversity of Life
    by Edward Osborne Wilson
  54. After Man : A Zoology of the Future
    by Dougal Dixon, Douglas Dixon
  55. The Prehistory of the Mind: The Cognitive Origins of Art, Religion and Science
    by Steven Mithen
  56. Life : A Natural History of the First Four Billion Years of Life on Earth
    by Richard Fortey
  57. Simians, Cyborgs, and Women : The Reinvention of Nature
    by Donna J. Haraway
  58. Demonic Males : Apes and the Origins of Human Violence
    by Richard Wrangham, Dale Peterson
  59. Crucible of Creation: Burgess Shale & the Rise of Animals
    by S. Conway Morris, Simon Conway Morris
  60. Dinosaur in a Haystack : Reflections in Natural History
    by Stephen Jay Gould
  61. Abusing Science : The Case Against Creationism
    by Philip Kitcher
  62. Evolutionary Biology
    by Douglas J. Futuyma
  63. Tornado in a Junkyard : The Relentless Myth of Darwinism
    by James Perloff
  64. The Scars of Evolution/What Our Bodies Tell Us About Human Origins
    by Elaine Morgan
  65. The Triple Helix : Gene, Organism, and Environment
    by Richard C. Lewontin
  66. The Origins of Order : Self-Organization and Selection in Evolution
    by Stuart A. Kauffman
  67. The Descent of Man (Great Minds Series)
    by Charles Darwin, H. James Birx (Introduction)
  68. Becoming Human : Evolution and Human Uniqueness
    by Ian Tattersall
  69. Bully for Brontosaurus : Reflections in Natural History
    by Stephen Jay Gould
  70. Unto Others : The Evolution and Psychology of Unselfish Behavior
    by Elliott Sober, David Sloan Wilson
  71. The Fossil Trail : How We Know What We Think We Know About Human Evolution
    by Ian Tattersall
  72. Molecular Evolution
    by Wen-Hsiung Li
  73. The Last Neanderthal : The Rise, Success, and Mysterious Extinction of Our Closest Human Relatives
    by Ian Tattersall
  74. Shattering the Myths of Darwinism
    by Richard Milton
  75. The Autobiography of Charles Darwin 1809-1882
    by Charles Darwin, Nora Barlow (Editor)
  76. On the Origin of Species a Facsimile of the First Edition
    by Charles Darwin, Ernst W. Mayr (Designer)
  77. African Exodus : The Origins of Modern Humanity
    by Christopher Stringer, Robin McKie
  78. Bones of Contention : Controversies in the Search for Human Origins
    by Roger Lewin
  79. Adaptation and Natural Selection : A Critique of Some Current Evolutionary Thought (Princeton Science Library)
    by George C. Williams
  80. The Theory of Evolution
    by John Maynard Smith, et al
  81. Ever Since Darwin : Reflections in Natural History
    by Stephen Jay Gould
  82. The Ages of Gaia : A Biography of Our Living Earth (Commonwealth Fund Book Program (Series).)
    by J. E. Lovelock
  83. Unto Others : The Evolution and Psychology of Unselfish Behavior
    by Elliott Sober, David Sloan Wilson
  84. Refuting Evolution
    by Jonathan Sarfati, Ken Ham
  85. T. Rex and the Crater of Doom
    by Walter Alvarez
  86. The Panda's Thumb : More Reflections in Natural History
    by Stephen Jay Gould
  87. The Pattern of Evolution
    by Niles Eldredge
  88. Symbiotic Planet : A New Look at Evolution (Science Masters Series)
    by Lynn Margulis
  89. Darwin's Spectre : Evolutionary Biology in the Modern World
    by Michael R. Rose
  90. Up from Eden : A Transpersonal View of Human Evolution
    by Ken Wilber
  91. Master Control Genes in Development and Evolution : The Homeobox Story (Terry Lectures)
    by Walter J. Gehring, Frank Ruddle
  92. The Art of Genes : How Organisms Make Themselves
    by Enrico Coen
  93. THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES
    by Charles Darwin
  94. Grooming, Gossip, and the Evolution of Language
    by Robin Dunbar
  95. Creative Evolution [UNABRIDGED]
    by Henri Bergson, Arthur Mitchell (Translator)
  96. A Case Against Accident and Self-Organization
    by Dean L. Overman, Wolfhart Pannenberg
  97. Phylogeography : The History and Formation of Species
    by John C. Avise
  98. Evolution in Mind : An Introduction to Evolutionary Psychology
    by H. C. Plotkin
  99. Summer for the Gods : The Scopes Trial and America's Continuing Debate over Science and Religion
    by Edward J. Larson
  100. The Big Cats and Their Fossil Relatives : An Illustrated Guide to Their Evolution and Natural History
    by Alan Turner(Contributor), et al

 


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  • Alexa Rain 3 months agofrom egypt

    A lot of inspired topics and issues,

    you always help in finding ways by arrange your reader thinking and informative things.

    i am big fan of you.

    Great Hub!

  • Virginia Kearney 4 months agofrom United States

    Hi Christina--My articles on how to write can help you! Find them by looking to the side or on my profile page. Or just use Google and type what you need with my name.

  • Christinaaa 4 months ago

    I'm trying to write an argument research paper on social media and mental illness or social media and relationships but I'm having trouble narrowing my topic and creating the key points for my paper.

  • Virginia Kearney 5 months agofrom United States

    Hi Rosie--You have a good topic and an interesting personal connection. I'd suggest that you do a frame story introduction and conclusion. Start with your situation and then stop part-way through and ask the question: should you call CPS? Then do your answer and tell why or why not. Finish with telling the end of your story. See my articles on "How to write an argument paper" and "How to write a position paper" for full instructions.

  • rosie 5 months ago

    Wondering how to write a position essay. Topic should you call Child Protective Services. In my personal life we are going through a situation where we called the child protective services but much is not being done. Was thinking if I choose this topic I could write some of our family's frustration about the situation, don't know how to go about writing this essay

  • Virginia Kearney 6 months agofrom United States

    Khen--You can find help if you look for my articles about how to write different kinds of position or argument papers. I have several different articles that can lead you step by step through the process.

  • Khen 6 months ago

    Can you please help me in my position paper?

  • Virginia Kearney 7 months agofrom United States

    Roami, You have an interesting idea. I think one way for you to get some good information to start your paper is to research why local languages are not included in the instruction first. Next, you might want to interview some people to find out their positions and to get some quotes on this topic. Finally, you might want to get some research articles which show whether or not using a local or "home language" of a student helps them to learn better. In the United States, research has shown that students who receive some instruction in their own language at least at first often do better in the long run than a child who is "fully immersed" in English. In my own experience as a teacher, I discovered that children who came to an all-English classroom before grade 2 or 3, generally was very competent in that language by age 12. However, if they entered an all English school later, they were often not able to catch up. However, that only works if the child is in a school where no one else speaks their native language (as is often true in the U.S. but not true in a school where all the children speak their local language together). You have a wonderful topic and one that is very important for your country to consider. I wish you great success in your paper.

  • roami 7 months ago

    pls, i need u to look into this position topic for me. Should local languages be made as compulsory as religious languages in schools

  • Virginia Kearney 9 months agofrom United States

    Hi Sam, you might want to try my article about Funny Argumentative Essay Topic Ideas, or else do the negative of any idea here or in one of my many other argument essays. In a "devil's advocate" paper, you want to go against what most people think. Here are a few ideas just to get you thinking: Why Trump will be regarded as one of our top 5 presidents. Why we should leave ISIS alone. Why race is less a problem in America than Europe. Why the leader of North Korea isn't really crazy.

  • Sam 9 months ago

    Hello,

    I have this assignment of playing the role of devil's advocate and I can't think of a good topic!

    help!

    ( I personally prefer a political related topic).

  • Virginia Kearney 12 months agofrom United States

    Aidyn-You add a very interesting position topic. I had not thought about schools making rules against fasting but it certainly could hurt a child's performance in school if they were fasting for a longer period than a day or two. That could cause a school to be concerned. Thanks for your comment and idea.

  • Aidyn Krikorian 12 months ago

    I greatly appreciate your website, and I have a suggestion for a topic. "Should we allow fasting or other religious acts in schools?" This topic facsinates me and I do hope you will consider it. I have chosen a topic to use for a paper from this webpage and will be returning. Thank you, Aidyn.

  • Virginia Kearney 12 months agofrom United States

    Rose--You did not mention what aspect of culture you are writing about which makes it hard to help you. However, for example, if you are writing a paper arguing to people that only like modern music that classical music is worth listening to, you could start by talking about what you agree with about modern music and acknowledge why people of your generation might prefer to listen to it. Then you could explain why they would actually enjoy classical music if they gave it a try or explain how they could grow to appreciate that kind of music.

  • rose lasu 12 months ago

    I need help on my regerian Argument eassy on culture. I dont now how to start it, Does anyone knows how.thanks

  • Preston Heard 14 months ago

    These are great topics for the upcoming research essays. I will definitely be using one of them. Thank you for this resource!

  • Aaron Gibson 14 months ago

    Excited for your class this semester!

  • Matt Hartman 14 months ago

    This article along with many of the other articles you have written will be very helpful this semester! I'm looking forward to your class!

  • Virginia Kearney 16 months agofrom United States

    Look for my articles about how to write argument or position essays for lots of ideas on how to introduce essays and find sources. Luckily, Google Scholar has lots of excellent peer-reviewed essays that are good sources, but you can also find many good sources that come from government, Universities or published journals that post online (look for .gov, .edu or a journal that also appears in print). One easy way to start your introduction is to tell a story about a student who is generally shy (or maybe bullied) but gets excited (and more included by others) when they are able to share about their own culture during a multiculturalism unit.

  • jenn 16 months ago

    I am doing an Apa essay on "should schools be required to teach multiculturalism" any idea on how I should start my intro and what sources I should use?

  • Virginia Kearney 17 months agofrom United States

    Bebe--You don't tell me whether your paper is a research paper or not, but I've written many articles on how to write different sorts of essays. You can use the search engine on HubPages to find them, or look at the links that usually appear when you pull up one of my articles. Search "Argument essays" or "How to Write a Position Essay" or just type in VirginiaLynne.

    To start a paper on your topic, I think I would use a story in the introduction showing a miscommunication when people don't talk face to face.

  • bebe 17 months ago

    Hey . Can you please help me in my position paper . I dont how to start . My topic is cellphone,texts and emails are not as good as talking face to face . It is from yours sample :) thank you

  • B-RAD 24 months ago

    I think that is video gaming good or bad is a great topic to choose.

  • Virginia Kearney 2 years agofrom United States

    Yes Alsaifl, I think that "What is beauty?" could be a topic. You are right that your answer would be a definition claim.

  • Jumanah Alsaif 2 years ago

    Is the topics What is true beauty? (definition) a good topic for a position paper? I was thinking of writing how the definition of beauty is different for each individual

  • Brittany Adams 14 2 years ago

    Thank you so much for posting! This helps a lot with my writing!

  • Tariq Ali Khan 2 years ago

    Excellent work buddy! Thank you so much !

  • Kristen Howe 2 years agofrom Northeast Ohio

    Great topics for a variety of essays for everyone who needs to be inspired. Voted up for useful!

  • Joanna 3 years ago

    That Tom Hanks video is hilarious. These ideas are very thought-provoking and inspiring!

  • Virginia Kearney 3 years agofrom United States

    Cindy A. So glad I was able to give you some good information!

  • Cindy A. 3 years ago

    Unbelievable. You have helped me enormously. Thank you so much

  • Bluerider 3 years ago

    Thank you for these great topics.

  • VJG 3 years agofrom Texas

    This would be an interesting article for school students. They always seem to struggle for essay ideas.

  • Virginia Kearney 3 years agofrom United States

    Hi Safa--Here are the main steps:

    1. Choose a question you are going to write about. Then think about what your answer to the question is going to be.

    2. Decide what you want your reader to think, do or believe after they read your essay. That is your thesis (the answer to your question).

    3. Decide who you want to persuade to believe this (that is your reader or audience). Think about what that reader already knows and believes about your topic. That will help you develop your arguments. The reader should not be someone who already believes what you do. If they do, you aren't really arguing are you?

    4. Think of at least 3 reasons why your reader should believe your thesis. Those reasons will be the main body part of your essay.

    5. Think of examples or evidence which supports each of those reasons. That is what you will use to support those three reasons.

    6. What objections will your reader have? Write those out and also your answers to those objections. This will be a paragraph after your reasons.

    7. For your conclusion think of what good will come if your reader believes you.

    I've written more in detail about this in my article: https://owlcation.com/academia/How-to-Write-an-Arg...

  • Virginia Kearney 4 years agofrom United States

    Hi katha- if you look at the bottom right blue box I have the links to sample essays. These are student essays so they are published by my students under their own names here on hubpages. Maybe I should move these up on the page so you can find them more easily.

  • Virginia Kearney 4 years agofrom United States

    Samarah--Yes I think that vaccinating children is a very good topic. You can also narrow that to particular types of vaccinations that are new like the chickenpox vaccine or the HPV. Another possible argument on this topic is whether or not it is true that vaccines are the main reason for better health in people today than in the past.

  • samarah15 4 years ago

    Is the right to vaccinate children a good topic?

  • Virginia Kearney 4 years agofrom United States

    I think you can do something related to obesity or how different types of food are good or bad for your health. Or you can talk about GMO foods or organic or locally grown produce.

  • Virginia Kearney 5 years agofrom United States

    Xstatic--I love the fact that you do have a position on everything--I like to look at all sides of things and that is great as an instructor teaching positions, because I can play the devils advocate, but sometimes I do need to just nail down my own point of view!

  • Jim Higgins 5 years agofrom Eugene, Oregon

    A great "how to" for position papers. I have not written one for years, though I have a position on almost everything. Useful Hub and well done as usual.

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