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Francis Collins, Junk DNA, God, and Evolution

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In the century and a half since Charles Darwin first proposed his theory of evolution, Christians, Jews, and other religious believers have grappled with how to make sense of it. Most have understood that Darwin’s theory has profound theological implications, but their responses have varied dramatically. Some religious believers have rejected it outright; others, often called “theistic evolutionists,” have sought to reconcile Darwin’s theory with their religious beliefs, but often at the cost of clarity, orthodoxy, or both. Here, God and Evolution contributors and other scholars respond to Francis Collins’ defense of theistic evolution in his book The Language of God.

God and Evolution was named World Magazine’s “Book of the Year” for 2011.

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