Re: BIO: Help wanted explaining evolution to students

Michael Lorrey (
Thu, 18 Sep 1997 18:30:31 -0400 wrote:
> Max More writes:
> >I'm currently teaching a Philosophy of Religion class. I'm about to examine
> >the Design Argument which includes a discussion of evolution (where did all
> >these complex creatures come from if not designed by a god...) Of course I
> >have Dawkins The Blind Watchmaker at hand. But I'm hoping someone can
> >suggest a really compact source of information on how evolutionary theory
> >accounts for observations.
> There's a good summary of evolution information at the site.
> Try:

In light of the recent acknowledgement by the Vatican of the validity of
Evolution, their website might have some theologically relevant info on
why and how they came to this conclusion. (of course, circular logic can
rationalize anything. I can imagine as silly an argument as "since x
many angels can dance on the head of a pin, such creatures obviously are
capable of genetic manipulation, yada yada yada....")

			Michael Lorrey
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