Conversion of a Darwinist

D'Agostino, Joseph A.
June 2000
Human Events;06/16/2000, Vol. 56 Issue 22, p14
Enumerates the proofs and arguments which destroy the foundation of theory of evolution proposed by Charles Darwin. Discussion on the researches being done by scientists which question the validity of evolutionary origin of life on earth; Analysis on the arguments of Darwin in his theory of evolution.


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