Evolution's Challenge to Theology

Edwards, Dennis
April 2002
Australasian Science;Apr2002, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p22
Examines the issue on the role of God in a world evolving by chance mutations. Details of the late scientist Charles Darwin's evolution theory; Challenge to theology; Views of theologians on evolutionary biology and biblical accounts of creation.


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