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The Religious Aspect of Evolution (Cambridge Library Collection - Science and Religion) download ebook
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1108000169
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978-1108000161
Author:
James McCosh
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Cambridge University Press; 2 edition (September 24, 2009)
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Series: Cambridge Library Collection - Religion. Recommend to librarian. The Scottish scholar James McCosh (1811–94) was a champion of the Free church, a successful and much-published philosophy professor at Belfast for 16 years, and an energetic and innovative President of Princeton University from 1868 to 1888. McCosh, who already in Ireland had developed a 'theory of the universe conditioned by Christian revelation' was one of very few clergymen in America who defended evolutionary theory.

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The book seeks to persuade both Christians and atheists that scientific examination of the natural world is compatible with religious belief.

Cambridge Library Collection - Science and Religion (2). The book seeks to persuade both Christians and atheists that scientific examination of the natural world is compatible with religious belief. According to Chamberlayne, Nieuwentyt published this illustrated work to 'magnify the Wisdom and Goodness of God' while challenging those who did not see proof of the divine in nature.

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The Scottish scholar James McCosh was a champion of the Free church, a successful and much-published philosophy professor at Belfast for 16 years, and an energetic and innovative President of Princeton University from 1868 to 1888.

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Series: Cambridge Library Collection - Science and Religion. in Books Religion & Spirituality Religious Studies Philosophy. Expansive thought, driven by the engine of evolution, with fascinating insights and conclusions

Series: Cambridge Library Collection - Science and Religion. Paperback: 524 pages. in Books Textbooks Humanities Philosophy. Expansive thought, driven by the engine of evolution, with fascinating insights and conclusions. This book examines the limitations and virtues of religion and science concurrently. Each contributes in their conclusions, with their interpretations, to what is reality. What is" is the starting point.

Автор: McCosh Название: The Religious Aspect of Evolution . This would enable scholars to follow and even embrace science while also retaining their faith in the Bible.

McCosh, who already in Ireland had developed a theory of the universe conditioned by Christian revelation was one of very few clergymen in America who defended evolutionary theory.

The Scottish scholar James McCosh (1811-94) was a champion of the Free church, a successful and much-published philosophy professor at Belfast for 16 years, and an energetic and innovative President of Princeton University from 1868 to 1888. The Religious Aspect of Evolution was published in 1888, and this second edition from 1890 took account of A. R. Wallace's latest work, Darwinism (1889, also reissued in this series). McCosh, who already in Ireland had developed a 'theory of the universe conditioned by Christian revelation' was one of very few clergymen in America who defended evolutionary theory. He impressed upon his students that while there seemed to be great truth in Darwin's theory, the work of the coming age must be to separate that truth from the error springing up around it. This would enable scholars to follow and even embrace science while also retaining their faith in the Bible.