Charles Darwin's Religious Views: From Creationist to Evolutionist

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Joshua Press, 2009 - Religion - 174 pages
This book is a spiritual biography that focuses primarily on the religious experiences of Charles Darwin's life. Its intent is to demonstrate how Darwin's rejection of the Bible led him to adopt the naturalistic assumptions that were foundational to his belief in evolutionism.

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This is an exceptional book that goes to the heart of Charles Darwin - the man. As a pastor we need literature that is honest and compelling. I would recommend this or any other work from Dr. Herbert! Read full review

Contents

Religious heritage
1
From medicine to theology
17
A zealous disciple of Lyell
35
Copyright

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