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The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin
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Oct 27, 2007

it was amazing
Read in January, 1989

Are you an Evangelical Christian? Or, perhaps you are a student participating in one of nation's modern and progressive science classes, learning about the Origins of Man, but confused by the lack of scientifically observable studies missing from your text books. Fortunately for you, Darwin spent decades of his life documenting the observable changes in various species, hypothesizing about these changes and drawing some interesting conclusions about his life's work.
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Andrea Ussy This is such a brilliant review! :)

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Valerie Goforth All Darwin ever observed were micro evolutionary changes, which everyone can agree on. He never observed macro evolutionary changes, which is the essence of evolutionary beliefs.

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