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All articles & reviews tagged with charles-darwin

Article

April 2018
Articles > Scientific (including creation)

Harvard-educated scientist gives four new claims against Darwin

Ever since Charles Darwin’s publication in 1859 of On the origin of species, western civilisation has felt the repercussions of Darwin’s radical ideas. To this day, the vast majority of the scientific community accepts genealogical kinship between mankind and monkeys. Yet, after Darwin died, several scientific developments began to quietly set the stage for…

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Review

March 2014
Reviews > Book

Darwin’s Doubt: The explosive origin of animal life and the case for Intelligent Design

Darwin’s doubt: the explosive origin of animal life and the case for Intelligent Design Stephen C. Meyer Harper Collins, 498 pages, £8.96 for Kindle edition ISBN: 978-006207-148-4 Star rating : 4 Meyer has an impressive pedigree in the philosophy of science and geophysics, but is better known as a prominent spokesperson for the ID…

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Article

April 2013
Scientific (including creation)

Darwinism detrimental

New discoveries are emerging thick and fast in the wake of the recent debunking of the 'junk DNA' myth.

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Review

January 2013
Reviews > Book

Darwin and Lady Hope

Darwin and Lady Hope: The Untold Story L.R. Croft Elmwood Books 153 pages, £12.99 ISBN: 978-0-9568089-2-9 Star Rating: 1 star   Rumors of Charles Darwin’s deathbed conversion to Christianity and repudiation of evolution date back to 1882, the year he died. None are more detailed than the account published in 1915 by Elizabeth Cotton,…

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Review

April 2012
Reviews > DVD

Set in Stone

The organisation Truth in Science have done us a real service in providing this high quality, thought provoking, documentary DVD. The documentary begins and ends at Siccar Point, the site made famous by James Hutton’s visit in 1788. As a result of his studies of this rock formation he came to believe in a…

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News

August 2011
News

Darwin doodles

Darwin doodles Margin notes, comments and scribbles from naturalist Charles Darwin on the pages of his own personal library have been made available online. Darwin’s personal scientific book collection, the majority of which is at Cambridge University Library, has been digitised in a joint effort between Cambridge, the American Museum of Natural History, the…

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Charles Darwin & Charles Kingsley

Historical

August 2010
Articles > Historical

Charles Darwin & Charles Kingsley

Charles Darwin & Charles Kingsley Russell Grigg   The first edition of 1,250 copies of Charles Darwin's On the origin of species was published on 24 November 1859. The book caused something of a public uproar and was promptly denounced from pulpits across England, despite the popular story that the entire first edition was…

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