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Evolution and “Faith”

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A compendium of articles on evolution and how it is utterly incompatible with the Christian master narrative.


An abstract on origin and evolution
Nathan Bond

New analysis bolster central tenets of evolution theory
Rick Weiss and David Brown in the Washington Post, September 26, 2005

Darwin’s First Clues – He was inspired by fossils of armadillos and sloths.
David Quammen in National Geographic

Modern Darwins – The father of evolution would be thrilled to see the science his theory has inspired.
Matt Ridley in National Geographic


Evolusie kelder teologie
Nathan Bond

Charles Darwin en die Christelike geloof
Sakkie Spangenberg

Evolusie se elegante nederigheid
Elsabé Brits

Evolusie is veel meer as ‘n duiwelse komplot
Leon Retief

Darwin: Die koring en die kaf
Elsabé Brits gesels met prof Peter Bowler

Written by Nathan Bond

February 13, 2009 at 06:54

5 Responses

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  1. Hans, vertel vir my hoe dit nie ‘n contradiction is nie. Begin by die skeppingsverhaal, dan as jy by Noag kom, vertel vir my hoe hy die diere almal op die ark gekry het (veral die marsupiales van Aus.)

    Ek neem aan dat jy nie glo dat God die aarde geskep het 6 000 jaar terug nie. Verduidelik.

    So jy glo in die verskuilde betekenis van die bybel. Dan het jy seker al Dan Brown se boeke reg langs die bybel op jou rak. Ek dink die Da Vinci Code is waar 😉


    January 14, 2010 at 21:26

  2. I believe in evolution and it is no contradiction towards my faith/religion. When I read the Bible I am aware of allegory.

    Hans Matthysen

    January 13, 2010 at 22:46

  3. Ek het nie geweet waar om die een te pos nie, maar ek moet dit deel. Dit is presies wat die godiote doen en se^.


    January 11, 2010 at 09:50

  4. 47 million-year-old primate fossil find unveiled, possibly the long-sought “missing link.” That’s around 6,000 times as old as god.


    May 20, 2009 at 14:12

  5. Another great essay by Jerry Coyne (“Must We Always Cater to the Faithful when Teaching Science?”):

    I’m not trying to say anything portentous, except that scientists are really keen to denigrate astrology while at the same time bending over backwards to respect religion, even though there is the same amount of evidence supporting each.


    March 27, 2009 at 10:03

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