How has evolutionary thinking after Darwin affected the way in which we understand our human identity? Does evolutionary psychology provide us with any insights into the origins of religious belief?
How can we avoid reverting to an understanding of science and theology being in conflict with one another, and instead work towards a ‘constructive mutual engagement’?
Brian Kilbey argues that we can think about God's creativity in a way that recognises and welcomes the full value of the theory of evolution and the insights that it offers.
This collection gives a timely snapshot of the state of play in the dialogue between Catholic theology and the legacy of Charles Darwin.
In a Darwinian evolutionary framework, how can we still claim to have a unique place in the natural order?
A fascinating article by one of the most prolific early commentators on evolutionary theory, St George Jackson Mivart (who died on 1 Apr 1900), first published in 'The Month' in 1869.
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