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- Francisco J. Ayala
- Ian G. Barbour
- Charles Birch
- Philip Clayton
- John B. Cobb, Jr.
- John Greene
- David Ray Griffin
- A. Y. Gunter
- John F. Haught
- Lynn Margulis
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- Robert J. Valenza
- Howard J. Van Till
|Title: Back to Darwin: A Richer Account of Evolution|
By: John B. Cobb Jr.
Number of Pages: 450
Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 2008
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
Weight: 1 pound 7 ounces
Stock No: WW848376
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Francisco J. Ayala
Ian G. Barbour
John B. Cobb Jr.
David Ray Griffin
A. Y. Gunter
John F. Haught
Robert J. Valenza
Howard J. Van Till
University of Oxford
"An original and invaluable contribution to the debate on evolution and design, balancing process insights with state-of-the-art scientific contributions."
Niels Henrik Gregersen
University of Copenhagen
"This is both a primer in current philosophy of evolutionary biology and a new proposal for integrating evolution and religious thinking. Cobb and company listen to the best representatives of neo-Darwinism and analyze the rich tapestry of supplementary theories before they argue for the creative role of biological agency in evolution. A genuinely exciting volume!"
"Offers a solid introduction to both modern evolutionary thought and process theology. . . . Back to Darwin has begun a worthwhile and important project that should be continued and expanded."
Perspectives on Science & Christian Faith
"Back to Darwin is recommended."
Reports of the National Center for Science Education
"This volume will be of interest to anyone concerned to explore alternatives to the science-religion debate. . . . [It] deserves a wide readership."