Knowing Who He Was (January 26, 2007)I appreciated your commentary about Darwin and his findings, and your interview with the writer of his biography, and sharings from Darwin's diary. To understand who Darwin was, from the beginning, and the family he came from, his particular educational background, is so significant to perceiving what he was trying to tell us about the ways of nature and the development of species.
I have felt this strongly ever since reading some of his book, many years ago; and I am so glad to hear it being discussed openly now, in an effort to understand his respect and awe of the natural world, and its Creator. I really appreciated your way of emphasizing that it was never his intention to say that God was not a part of creation, but just to observe and record what he saw in his observations.
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