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eBook Science and Religious Thought: A Darwinism Case Study (Studies in Religion) epub
  • ISBN: 083571778X
  • Author: Walter J Wilkins
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: UMI Research Press (1987)
  • Pages: 213 pages
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Everything evolves, science tells us, including the . I recommend this book highly

Rhetorical Darwinism is a great read and is a truly important contribution, not just to understanding the impact of Charles Darwin and his theory of evolution, but also to situating the public place of science. I recommend this book highly. ―Michael Ruse, Director of the Program in History and Philosophy of Science, Florida State University. Science is no mere private pursuit.

Walter Wilkins placed the anti-religious scientific perspective on a spectrum of responses to Darwinism, which . Wilkins, Walter J. 1987. Science and Religious Thought: A Darwinian Case Study.

Walter Wilkins placed the anti-religious scientific perspective on a spectrum of responses to Darwinism, which included many forms of accommodation to the theory–in the tradition of previous patterns of widespread harmony between religious belief and scientific theory (see, for example, Walter Conser’s study of pre-Darwinians).

It describes, compares, interprets, and explains religion, emphasizing systematic, historically based, and cross-cultural perspectives. II, Science and Religious Thought: A Darwinism Case Study (P. Florida State University, 1985), pp. 273–277. 4. Bushnell, Horace, Science and Religion, Putnam's Magazine 1 (03. 1868): 267. 5. Ibid.

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