Understanding the Book After 150 Years
January 1, 2009
The publication of Charles Darwin’s book On the Origin of Species in
1859 kindled a wildfire that has never been extinguished. His radical ideas forced
scientists to rethink their views about life and the world, and we are still debating
those ideas today. While Darwin asked some insightful questions and carefully
collected piles of data, he reached several incorrect conclusions. His problem?
He set aside the one starting point that enables us to interpret our world correctly—God’s
January – March 2009
2009 is “the year of Darwin”— the 200th anniversary of his birth and the 150th anniversary of The Origin of Species. Learn what drove this man to develop his controversial belief system and read leading creationists as they share what we’ve discovered after 150 years of analyzing Darwin’s “dangerous idea.”
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