Alvarez, Jose - The Compatiability of Evolution and Religion

Alvarez, Jose - The Compatiability of Evolution and...

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PHI 2010 07:10:14 Jose Alvarez The Compatiability of Evolution and Religion In my opinion, Miller would outright oppose the removal of the teachings of evolution from the science curriculums. He explains in the reading “Finding Darwin’s God” that he is not only a religious man of the Catholic faith but he is also a scientist. He gives us an example of when he was studying for his first communion, the priest spoke of “God created” matters, like “flowers are the work of God.” Years later, Miller was at a science convention and one of the scientists by the name of Meyerowitz, was explaining why and how plants produced flowers; which Miller found to be quite amusing because the first thing that came to mind was Miller’s recollection of the priest from his youth who had told him that there was no explanation other than God for how flowers were made. Miller says that creationists claim that the existence of life and mankind cannot be explained by evolution or any other natural process and by denying the “self sufficiency of
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SAP 2612 taught by Professor Rasmussen during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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