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1. General Term: Darwin, Charles (1809-1882)
Darwin, Charles (1809-1882) British scientist, most famous for his book "On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection ." Related Topics: Genetics Evolution
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2. General Term: Darwin, Erasmus (1731-1802)
Darwin , Erasmus (1731-1802) English physician, grandfather of Charles Darwin. A radical thinker and materialist , he is particularly important for developing an early theory of evolution. Related Topics:
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3. Evolution and Providence Topic: Jack Haught - God After Darwin
Controversy Glossary: Charles Darwin, Natural Selection , Theodicy Topic Index Next > Michael Lodahl - The Perceived Evils of Evolution and Probable Problems for Providence Show
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4. Origins Topic: Jack Haught - God After Darwin
Controversy Glossary: Charles Darwin, Natural Selection , Theodicy Topic Index Next > Michael Lodahl - The Perceived Evils of Evolution and Probable Problems for Providence Show
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5. Origins Topic: Ken Miller - Darwin, God, and the Human Genome
Glossary: Richard Dawkins , Charles Darwin, DNA , RNA , Chromosome , Natural Selection Topic Index Next > Lawrence Sullivan - How the World's Religions Interpret Evolution Show
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6. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Evolution and Theology
and on theology. Charles Darwin (1809-82) was not however the first naturalist to think that organic evolution might have occurred (see important evolutionists before Darwin and influences on Darwin ). Darwin published On the
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7. History Topic: Darwinism Comes to America
to natural selection as Darwin did. Even Darwin’s closest ally in North America, the Harvard botanist Asa Gray, who described himself as "one who is scientifically, and in his own fashion, a Darwinian," disagreed with Darwin on
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8. Evolution Topic: What is the problem with Atheism?
of biology begun with Charles Darwin in 1859 and running down to the present time is good science. Darwinism provides the most adequate natural explanations for the evolution of one species out of a previous species. As good science, it
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9. Interview: 'Faith and Reason' Transcript
began in 1859, when Charles Darwin published his monumental book, On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection . Darwin's book suggested that instead of being specially created by God, humanity was the product of biological
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10. General Term: Evolutionary Biology
selection was proposed by Charles Darwin in his 1859 publication, The Origin of Species . It is a process that promotes or maintains adaptation by filtering out among the variations in progeny those most fit to survive, and thus gives
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