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Charles Darwin

It’s fairly obvious why there is such a profound cultural division because of evolutionary theory, but do you think it is good to have this divide?

Is such a divide absolutely necessary? There are many theists who accept evolutionary theory as true, and do not consider it to invalidate their worldview.

It is common for me to encounter theists who accept almost all of evolutionary theory, but reject the common ancestry of humans and other primates. Is this the fundamental contention?

How should evolutionary theory be taught? Is the current trend of insisting upon “strengths and weaknesses” really justifiable?

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