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The evolution theory alleges that they were evolved, slowly, by natural processes out of previously existing matter.
To fix on any one stage in such an evolution, detach it, affirm it, is to wrest a true scripture to its destruction.
SOLOMON AND SOLOMONIC LITERATUREMONCURE DANIEL CONWAY
The biological doctrine of evolution was misinterpreted and misapplied to social policy.
THE UNSOLVED RIDDLE OF SOCIAL JUSTICESTEPHEN LEACOCK
In the flowers, both by day and night, there is a constant absorption of oxygen, and evolution of carbonic acid.
ELEMENTS OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRYTHOMAS ANDERSON
That at some period of Man's gradual evolution from the brute, God found Man guilty of some sin, and cursed him.
I think the Christian idea of God is even now, after two thousand years of evolution, a very mean and weak one.
The evolution of religion, and of so-called morality, is a crime, because it strikes at the root of human enjoyment.
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
So far our attention has been directed to the evolution of the human body, now we must consider that of the human mind.
The result of such a process of evolution in the case of the communal animals is a strict specialism.
At first sight, indeed, the facts which bear upon this question seem stubborn things to explain by the evolution theory.