1st Edition

Creation-Evolution Debates

Edited By

Ronald L. Numbers



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ISBN 9780367410353
October 30, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
524 Pages

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Book Description

Originally published in 1995, Creation-Evolution Debates is the second volume in the series, Creationism in Twentieth Century America, reissued in 2021. The volume comprises eight debates from the early 1920s and 1930s between prominent evolutionists and creationists of the time. The original sources detail debates that took place either orally or in print, as well as active debates between creationists over the true meaning of Genesis I. The essays in this volume feature prominent discussions between the likes of Edwin Grant Conklin, Henry Fairfield Osbourne and William Jennings Bryan, John Roach Francis and Charles Francis Potter, George McCready Price and Joseph McCabe and William Bell Riley versus Charles Smith, amongst many others. The collection will be of especial interest to natural historians, and theologians as well as academics of philosophy, and history.

Table of Contents

Series Introduction

Volume Introduction

1 "God and Evolution", William Jennings Bryan

2. "Evolution and Religion", Henry Fairfield Osbourne

3. "Bryan and Evolution", Edwin Grant Conklin

4. Evolution Versus Creation, John Roach Straton and Charles Francis Potter

5. Is Evolution True?, George McCready Price and Joseph McCabe

6. The San Francisco Debate on Evolution, Maynard Shipley, Francis D. Nichol and Alonzo L. Baker

7. Should Evolution be Taught in Tax Supported Schools?, William Bell Riley and Charles Smith

8. A Debate, William Bell Riley and Harry Rimmer

9. McPherson-Smith Debate, Aimee Semple McPherson and Charles Smith

10. "Is Man a Modified Monkey?", Edwin Tenney Brewster and D.J. Whitney

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