Quote: Darwin’s Grand View of Life

Darwin’s grand view of life. The final paragraph of the first edition of Darwin’s Origin of Species, (1859) sums up his view of how all living things came into being: “It is interesting to contemplate an entangled bank, clothed with many plants of many kinds, with birds singing on the bushes, with various insects flitting […]

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Darwin Sets Christian Faith Behind

“After Annie’s death, Charles set the Christian faith firmly behind him” writes Randal Keynes, a great, great grandson of Charles Darwin in a biography of Darwin, Annie’s Box. Keynes’ book, which focuses on Darwin’s family life, was reviewed in Science, vol 296, p1974, 14 Jun 2002. The reviewer states, “Freed from the last vestige of […]

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After Annie’s Death

“After Annie’s death, Charles set the Christian faith firmly behind him” writes Randal Keynes, a great, great grandson of Charles Darwin in a biography of Darwin, “Annie’s Box”. Keynes’ book, which focuses on Darwin’s family life, was reviewed in Science, vol 296, p1974, 14 Jun 2002. The reviewer states, “Freed from the last vestige of […]

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