Darwin ideaology english 20

Darwin ideaology english 20 - Darwin's Ideology In Thomas...

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Darwin’s Ideology In Thomas Dixon discusses the debate over science and religion. He continues to argue the possibility that both can be answers to evolution and more research needs to be done. In chapter 4, he examines the studies of English naturalist Charles Darwin in an attempt to further Dixon’s purpose of writing the book. Charles Darwin grew up in a strict religious home due to influences upon England. His parent where part of the Anglican Faith and he was taught to follow the teaching of the church at young age. He grew up during conservative time in Europe where it was heresy to question the religious faith. Darwin enrolled in college to study mathematics and theology. However, Darwin had a more passion for looking at beetles then school. He wanted to explore the world and joined part of the English expedition known as the Beagle . While aboard, Darwin noted the different rock formations, plants, animals, and indigenous people. Darwin believed the world was a work of God. He admired the Christian missionaries as a
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