Agnosticism and Christianity and Other Essays
In this selection of his most important writings, renowned scientist and philosopher Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-1895) discusses his views on the demonstrative evidence of evolution, the physical basis of life, naturalism and supernaturalism, agnosticism and Christianity, and the Christian tradition in relation to Judaic Christianity.
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LECTURES ON EVOLUTION
ON THE PHYSICAL BASIS OF LIFE
NATURALISM AND SUPERNATURALISM
THE VALUE OF WITNESS TO THE MIRACULOUS
THE CHRISTIAN TRADITION IN RELATION
AGNOSTICISM AND CHRISTIANITY
afﬁrm Agnostic Agnosticism Anglican animals Apostles appears authority believe biblical biblical infallibility birds body bones called canonical Carboniferous century character Christian Church conclusion condition Cretaceous criticism crocodile declare deﬁned deﬁnite demonology demons deposited Deusdona difﬁculty doctrine of evolution doubt ecclesiastical Eginhard Eocene Epistles epoch Essay existence fact faith favour ﬁbula ﬁfth ﬁnd ﬁngers ﬁrst ﬁrst Gospel ﬁve Gadarene Gentile Hildoin Hipparion horse Hunus infallibility inﬁdel inﬂuence Jesus Jews John justiﬁed Justin knowledge less living Lord’s Prayer Lunison martyrs matter Medardus Mesozoic Milton mind Miocene miracles modern modiﬁcation moral Nature Nazarenes Newman observe Paul Paul’s Philosophy plants Pliocene possession present Protestant Protestantism protoplasm question reason relics remains Renan reptiles Roman scientiﬁc Scripture Seligenstadt sense Sermon spirit story stratiﬁed rocks supernatural suppose Synoptic Gospels teaching teeth terrestrial animals Testament theology things tibia tion true truth ulna Wace Wace’s whole