Friday, September 28, 2007

Mark Graham, of Grove College in Pennsylvania says that there was another side of Charles Darwin:

More than a century after his death, people are still trying to understand Charles Darwin. And a new report says those who label him anti-religion are wrong. The 19th Century English biologist famous for his theory of evolution supported Christian missionary work his entire adult life, reports a cultural historian.

The USAToday article is not particularly long but interesting.

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