Evo

Evo

Ten Questions Everyone Should Ask About Evolution

DVD - 2010
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"In this film you'll learn-- among other things-- that evolution and religion are, indeed, compatible ways of looking at the world; that Darwin was a creationist before he was an evolutionist; and that cooperation is just as important as competition in the struggle for existence." --From Hummingbird Films website.
Publisher: [Spencertown, NY] : Hummingbird Films, c2010
Branch Call Number: QH366.2 .E86 2010
DVD 576.8 EVO 1DISC
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (107 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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ShasCho
Dec 27, 2016

This introduction is rather disingenuous;
it implies that Darwin continued to embrace creationism
after he grasped the significance and inescapable evidence of evolution.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
Darwin suffered a genuine crisis of conscience
when he realized that these two perspectives are incompatible.
Being a man of principle, he chose evidence over social sanction.
Let's try to be honest in our comments, or what's the value?

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