Evolution and Creation, 1926

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Kessinger Publishing, Aug 1, 2003 - Religion - 160 pages
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1926. Is there a conflict between the terms evolution and creation? The great physicist thinks not, and in a well-tempered book he explains his viewpoint with spiritual vision and scientific accuracy. The processes of evolution, he believes, have been a method of God's creation, a method of guiding mankind toward perfection of soul and body. This book presents a challenging arrangement of scientific data in support of spiritual progress. Contents: on evolution in general; on creation or origins; general reasonings about existence; cosmic evolution; cosmical speculation; evolution of plants and animals; evolution of man; perfecting of man; the worth of humanity.

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