Darwin's God: evolution and the problem of evil

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Brazos Press, Apr 1, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 192 pages
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Argues that Charles Darwin and his theory of evolution were motivated by theological concerns.

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Review: Darwin's God: Evolution and the Problem of Evil

User Review  - Lynn Joshua - Goodreads

His main point - that Darwinism serves as kind of theodicy - is a good one and commonly seen; especially in the "God wouldn't have done it that way" type arguments which are clearly not scientific ... Read full review

Review: Darwin's God: Evolution and the Problem of Evil

User Review  - Joseph - Goodreads

I disagree with some of his points, but I think the theme that Darwinian theory serves as a kind of theodicy is interesting and accurate. Read full review

Contents

Preface
7
Where Science Meets Religion
9
Comparative Anatomy
19
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Cornelius G. Hunter (PhD, University of Illinois) is formerly senior vice president of Seagull Technology, Inc., and is currently engaged in molecular biophysics post-doctoral and engineering research in Cameron Park, California. He is adjunct professor of science and religion at Biola University and author of the award-winning book Darwin??'s God and its follow-up, Darwin??'s Proof.