For Labor Day Weekend: Alfred Russel Wallace, Scientist and Working Man

Alfred Russel Wallace, Alfred Russel Wallace: A Rediscovered Life, beetles, butterflies, Charles Darwin, Evolution, Indiana Jones, Intelligent Design, intelligent evolution, Janet Browne, Labor Day, Lepidoptera, livelihood, Michael Flannery, Robert Darwin, Robert McCormick, summer, The Beagle, The World of Life
Take a moment to consider the impact of labor on the development of evolutionary theory. Source
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James Dwight Dana: Falsely Claimed Darwinist

Alfred Russel Wallace, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Journal of Science, Charles Darwin, Darwin Industry, Darwinian evolution, Darwinian theism, Encyclopedia Britannica, Evolution, evolutionary theory, Faith & Science, Geological Society of America, Geology, intelligent evolution, James Dwight Dana, Manual of Geology, mineralogy, National Academy of Sciences, natural selection, Scientific community, Spam Risk, theistic evolution, Uncategorized, William F. Sanford Jr.
When it comes to claims of the “nearly unanimous” acceptance of Darwinian evolution, mere assertion cannot stand as fact. Source
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