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Selected References


Barbour, Ian
1990. RELIGION IN AN AGE OF SCIENCE: The Gifford Lectures, 1989-91, Volume 1. New York: HarperCollins Publishers.

Bender, David L. and Bruno Leone
1981. SCIENCE AND RELIGION: OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS. St. Paul, Minnesota: Greenhaven Press.

Clements, Tad S.
1990. SCIENCE VERSUS RELIGION. Buffalo, New York: Prometheus Books.

Durant, John (Ed.)
1985. DARWINISM AND DIVINITY. Essays on Evolution and Religious Belief. New
York: Basil Blackwell Inc.

Livingstone, David N.
1987. DARWIN'S FORGOTTEN DEFENDERS. The Encounter Between Evangelical Theology and Evolutionary Thought. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing.

Simpson, George Gaylord
1969. BIOLOGY AND MAN. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Sinnott, Edmund W.
1957. MATTER, MIND AND MAN: THE BIOLOGY OF HUMAN NATURE.

Wright, Robert
1994. THE MORAL ANIMAL. Why We Are the Way We Are: The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology. New York: Pantheon Books.

Desmond, Adrian
1992. DARWIN. Penguin. This 800 page biography of Charles Darwin contains photos, bibliography and index. You can read a review of this book on the World Wide Web at http://www.anatomy.su.oz.au/danny/book-reviews/h/Darwin.html

The World Wide Web

The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin- read Darwin's own words as he discusses variation, natural selection, hybridization and more.
http://www.wonderland.org/Works/Charles-Darwin/origin/

The Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin- read the text and follow the Beagle as it travels from Cape de Verd Islands to Tierra del Fuego to the Galapagos Archipelago and beyond.
http://www.wonderland.org/Works/Charles-Darwin/voyage/

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