Religion and Chemistry Or Proofs of God'

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2006 - 360 pages
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This Volume Contains A Series Of Ten Lectures First Given In 1861 In Response To Charles Darwin's Findings In Origin Of Species, Which Critiqued The Long-Held Belief That The World Was Created And Guided By God. Cooke's Lectures, Which Focus On The Chemical Properties Of The Atmosphere In Providing And Maintaining Life, Attempt To Show How There Is Abundant Evidence Of Intelligent Design Of The Chemical Properties And Interactions Active In The Atmosphere And In The Field Of Chemistry, Showing That There Is Room For The Role Of God In Science In A Post-Darwin Era, And Serving As An Important Means To Furthering The Field Of Natural Theology.

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