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Genes, genesis, and evolution / by John W. Klotz. [print]

By: Klotz, John W, 1918- [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Saint Louis : Concordia Publishing House, [(c)1970. Edition: 2nd, revised editionDescription: viii, 544 pages : illistrations ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0570032121Subject(s): Bible and evolution | Evolution -- Religious aspects | CreationismLOC classification: BL263.G464 1970BL263.K66.G464 1970COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Introduction Science and scripture History of evolutionary theories The Species problem Days of creation and age of the earth Evidences for evolution Fossils and geographical distribution Selection and isolation Suggested mechanisms for evolution Human evolution Special types and varous forms of evolution Evolutionary history of plants and animals Problems for the evolutionist Index.
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Introduction Science and scripture History of evolutionary theories The Species problem Days of creation and age of the earth Evidences for evolution Fossils and geographical distribution Selection and isolation Suggested mechanisms for evolution Human evolution Special types and varous forms of evolution Evolutionary history of plants and animals Problems for the evolutionist Index.

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