God, Evolution, Natural Selection
Vantage Press, Inc, 2007 - 249 стор.
Traditional Darwinian theories are compared and contrasted with their modern New-Darwinian offshoots, which are supported insofar as they can be proved by science. Neldner gives us an open-minded approach to the beginnings of life on Earth, providing a framework for fruitful and meaningful discussion of this fascinating topic.
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Darwins Set and Setting
In the Beginning
Time and Timing
The Origin of DNARNA and Life
Species Varieties and Speciation
Geographic Isolation and Convergence
Genes Mutations and Evolution
Mathematical Odds and Evolution
Some Ideal and Perfect Fits
Hominids Hominoids and Homo Sapiens
Science and Theology
Genesis and Human Origins
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