Sarah's Reviews > Anarchy Evolution: Faith, Science, and Bad Religion in a World Without God

Anarchy Evolution by Steve  Olson
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Aug 18, 11

bookshelves: religion-critique, memoir-biography

My Review: Who knew that punk rock and evolution had so much in common? I never would have guessed I’d be reading about Darwin and Bad Religion on alternating pages of the same book. But, yet again in this life, I’ve been proven wrong. And pleasantly so! Greg Graffin’s complex experiences in the field of evolutionary biology; combined with his equally complex experiences on stage as the lead singer of the punk rock band Bad Religion highlight the inevitable- yet beautiful- anarchy of existence itself. Part biology lesson, part social narrative, Graffin’s worldview is refreshingly unique.
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