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11. Divine Action Topic: Natural Theology
Natural Theology Clifford, Anne M. “Darwin’s Revolution in the Origin of Species: A Hermeneutical Study of the Movement form Natural Theology to Natural Selection." Book
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12. Intelligent Design Topic: The Darwinian mechanism
genetic variation and natural selection . As Dembski ’s expresses it, “The Darwinian mechanism consists of random variation, which provides the raw material for Darwinian evolution, and natural selection , which sifts that
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13. Divine Action Topic: Ayala, Francisco J. “Darwin’s Devolution: Des...
and in the century since. Natural selection is creative: in a “sieve- like” way it retains rare but useful genes. But Natural selection is not creative in the Christian sense of creatio ex nihilo . Instead it is like a
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14. Evolution Topic: Chance and Necessity
variations available to natural selection arise at random, independently of whether they are beneficial or harmful to their carriers. But this random process (as well as others that come to play in the great theatre of life) is counteracted by
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15. History Topic: Darwinism Comes to America
had originated without supernatural assistance by means of natural selection and other biological mechanisms. According to natural selection, evolution occurred when organisms possessing certain advantageous characteristics survived in the
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16. Interview: Richard Dawkins
What it means is that natural selection , Darwinian natural selection, which is the process that has brought all living things to be the way they are, is best seen at the gene level, is best seen as a process of differential survival
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17. Evolution Topic: Evolution: Topic Index
the universe is governed by natural laws that account for natural phenomena. Darwin completed the Copernican Revolution by extending that commitment to the living world. The second proposition is that natural selection is a creative process
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18. Genetics Topic: Sondra Wheeler
We must take note of all the natural uncertainties that attend the existence of this very early form of human life, such that it seems that fewer than half of fertilized embryos successfully survive to implant and begin development. This careful
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19. Intelligent Design Topic: Intelligent Design as a Positive Research Program
understanding of artificial selection to natural selection, the intelligent design research program next attempts to formalize and extend our commonsense understanding of design inferences so that they can be rigorously applied in scientific
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20. Evolution Topic: Teleology and Teleological Explanations
agent but result from some natural process exhibit natural (or internal) teleology. The wings of birds have a natural teleology; they serve an end, flying, but their configuration is not due to the conscious design of any agent. We may
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