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To reach more deeply into the causes of attitudes that Christians take toward evolutionary theory and Christian theology, questions must be asked that elicit information about attitudes and beliefs over the period of time over which the beliefs developed. Thus, one might look at the beliefs of people's parents, churches, schools, and friends. One might also ask questions about people's beliefs as children relative to their beliefs as adults. My guess would be that Christians who see current evolutionary theory as compatible with Christian theology are more likely to have authority figures in their lives who espoused evolutionary theory and vise versa.

Even within the realm of this current study, there remain many questions. The logical relationships between only a few of the questions were examined. Also, there are other hermeneutical issues which could be raised.

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See also:

Charles Darwin
DNA Double-Helix
Purpose and Design
Does God Act?
Where did we Come From?
Books on Biology, Genetics and Theology