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A study of Darwin that argues that he was driven by theological concerns and the prevailing ideas about God at the time in his formation of his ...Show synopsisA study of Darwin that argues that he was driven by theological concerns and the prevailing ideas about God at the time in his formation of his theory of evolution.Hide synopsis
Description:New. New and unmarked copy. When Richard Dawkins published The...New. New and unmarked copy. When Richard Dawkins published The Blind Watchmaker, he was simply articulating an idea common to those who promote evolution. They know that evolution has elements that require "faith." Consequently, Dawkins's argument seeks to prove that "if there were a God, he wouldn't have done it that way." This book carefully demonstrates that this concept was what motivated Charles Darwin to develop (borrowing from others) his theory of evolution. To this day, many evolutionists consistently use the same "metaphysical" [beyond what is perceptible to the senses] argument as Darwin. Although many theories and supposed evidences litter the history of evolutionary theory, the core approach remains the same. As author Hunter notes, "the evidence makes evolution compelling only when a specific metaphysical interpretation is attached…the difference comes down not to scientific arguments, but to one's metaphysical presuppositions." Helps support Christian Homeschooling family.
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