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On the Origin of Species

  • by Mario Seiglie
If you were to write a book, would you purposefully pick a title that doesn't truly deal with the subject matter? It sounds ridiculous, but that's what Charles Darwin did.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
A great deal of attention has been given to how Darwin's theory of evolution contradicts the biblical account of creation. But little attention has been paid to how his theory changed the world's thinking in dangerous ways.
  • by Good News
It might come as a surprise to realize Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species hardly touched on plant evolution. After all, plants make up half of living things on earth.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
The theory of evolution is being loudly trumpeted in this 200th anniversary year of Charles Darwin's birth and 150th anniversary of the publication of his On the Origin of Species. But have you read in detail what our Creator has to say about how mankind and the heavens and the earth came into being? Have you considered this crucial testimony?
  • by Dan Dowd
While the premise of Darwin's work has been accepted and built upon, many also recognize the dramatic flaws in his original theories and have sought to refine or rewrite them.
  • by Mario Seiglie
If the theory of evolution is such a sure thing, why have so many doubts been raised about it? Why do so many fight so hard to prevent alternatives from being seriously considered? Most important of all, what does the evidence really show?
  • by Mario Seiglie
Almost 150 years have passed since the publication of Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species launched a theological, philosophical and scientific revolution. Nearly everyone knows about the theory of evolution, but few know the man and motives behind it.
  • by Doug Horchak
Science has long sought answers to several important questions: What is life? Where did it come from? How did it begin? But you won’t find the answers while peering into a microscope, telescope or test tube.