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Darwin: cchh..chch…changes

…Of course, Darwin’s theory was not immediately accepted by all scientists, either; in England its opponents were lead by Sir Richard Owen, superintendent of the natural history department of the British Museum, while in America the chief protagonists for and … Continue reading

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consequences: scrambling with the brutes

…To some the implications of Darwin’s theory were negative and desolating. The whole earth no longer proclaimed the glory of the Lord. Paradoxically, in revealing the closeness of man’s link with the rest of creation, Darwin seemed to have cut … Continue reading

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