Darwin's Pious Idea: Why the Ultra-Darwinists and Creationists Both Get It Wrong
According to British scholar Conor Cunningham, the debate today between religion and evolution has been hijacked by extremists: on one side stand fundamentalist believers who reject evolution outright; on the opposing side are fundamentalist atheists who claim that Darwin's theory rules out the possibility of God.
Both sides are dead wrong argues Cunningham, who is at once a Christian and a firm believer in the theory of evolution. In Darwin's Pious Idea Cunningham puts forth a trenchant, compelling case for both creation and evolution, drawing skillfully on an array of philosophical, theological, historical, and scientific sources to buttress his arguments.
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Review: Darwin's Pious IdeaUser Review - John Leonard - Goodreads
Cunningham's argument advocating theistic evolution is rather comprehensive. I would not classify this book as light reading. Though I don't agree with all of the conclusions reached by the author ... Read full review
Review: Darwin's Pious IdeaUser Review - Harold Smithson (Suicide punishable by Death) - Goodreads
Evolution is kind of a stress point in my life right now. On one hand, I have a profound love of science and on the other hand, I have a profound respect and tolerance for religious faith. So I'm ... Read full review
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