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Original Selfishness Original Sin and Evil in the Light of Evolution

By: Daryl P Domning and Monika K Hellwig
213 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Gower
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Defends an idea that the age-old theological and philosophical problems of original sin and evil have already been solved. The author explains the workings of modern evolutionary theory, Darwinian natural selection, and how this has brought forth life and the human mind. He counters objections to Darwinism that are raised by some believers.

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By: Daryl P Domning and Monika K Hellwig
213 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Gower
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