The Subjects of the Experiment

  • Robert Crawford


In this chapter we need to understand what evolution teaches about us, the subjects of the experiment, and how far the dialogue between religion and science can help in understanding the divine experimenter. It is necessary to mention some of the basic points made by Darwin and then go on to see the development of neo-Darwinism. It will then be contrasted with what the scriptures teach about creation and the nature of fallen humanity. Darwin’s theory opposed the designer argument for the existence of God for it meant descent by modification, with natural selection as the new creative force.


Natural Selection Genetic Code Moral Ideal Moral Sense Designer Argument 
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