September 2009
Reports of the National Center for Science Education;Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p13
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the international survey conducted by the British Council regarding Charles Darwin's theory of evolution in Great Britain from April to May 2009. According to Fern Elsdon-Baker, head of the British Council's Darwin program, the survey shows that science and faith need not be in conflict amid the diverse opinion on Darwin's theory. It adds that the survey was conducted in countries like China and Egypt wherein 93% from respondents in Great Britain recognize Charles Darwin.


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