A Multifaceted Being (September 23, 2007)Thank you so much for exposing other aspects of Charles Darwin. Before listening to the Evolution and Wonder program, I thought of Darwin as little more than an intelligent atheist. Hearing Darwin's actual words spoken by James Moore gave me a new perspective on Darwin, the man and the naturalist. Although he is known for reporting insights that fall outside of religious boundaries, Darwin did not oppose the idea of God as the original author of creation. To my mind, Darwin's complex description of the entire process of creation illustrates God in an even more magnificent and compassionate light. The concept of "wonderful adaptations" is far more amazing to me than the idea of simple creation. I think Darwin himself is a superb example of a multifaceted being.
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