Sunday, July 02, 2006

Discussing Creationism Part XIX

Below is a copy from a page of Charles Darwin's introduction to the Abstract for his book, Origin of Species.

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Evolutionist, Cynthia L. Mills, in her book, The Theory of Evolution" makes this remark about Darwin's later revisions.







Previous Discussions:
Discussing Creationism: The Initial Argument
Part II: Two Questions about the Ark
Part III:The Volume of the Ark
Part IV: The Weight and Sturdiness of the Ark
Part V:What is a Myth
Part VI: Gilgamesh
Part VII: The Biblical View of Noah
Part VIII: Gathering of the Animals
Part IX Evolution
Part X The First Evolutionist
Part XI The Notebook
Part XII Erasmus Darwin
Part XIII Aristotle
Part XIV Middle Ages
Part XV Kant's Quotation
Part XVI Kant in Context
Part XVII: The Beliefs that influenced Darwin
Part XVIII: John Henslow

7 comments:

Su said...

You amaze me! Keep at it Carol.

Blessings, Su

Divine Calm said...

Interesting juxtaposition of writings. Got me thinking.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

interesting!

jane said...

Just stopping by to say HI.

Carol said...

Just letting the words speak for themselves this week.

Dan Buddle said...

he changed his book six times because that's how science works.. we learn from our mistakes and change our hypotheses and ideas as we learn.

you have no point here.

Anonymous said...

if you're gonna make up lies about Darwin at least make them funny, like Darwin had crabs or something.