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adults (ages 18 and older) found belief in God (74%), while strong, to be in decline when compared to previous years; the same held true for many other building blocks of the Judeo-Christian belief system, while belief in Darwin's theory of evolution (47%) was on the rise.
In this study we've estimated that rates of both morphological and genetic evolution during the Cambrian explosion were five times faster than today - quite rapid, but perfectly consistent with Darwin's theory of evolution.
But beyond that, I am of the opinion that it is time to begin a campaign that must get Darwin's theory out of the African curriculum.
Some think that Darwin's theory threatens basic Christian faith while others claim that it implies the impossibility of believing in a God who is involved with the world.
BBC2, 9pm Darwin's theory of evolution remains controversial in some quarters, but have we been so busy arguing about whether or not we're descended from monkeys that we've overlooked one very interesting point raised by his work - the possibility that humans are still evolving?
of Missouri) is a defense and extension of Charles Darwin's theory of sexual selection to the explanation of human sexual differences across a variety of domains.
Darwin's theory only won over 39 percent of those polled by Gallup.
Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection has survived for 150 years, though not without controversy that continues today.
Schools will be legally required to teach Darwin's theory about the origins of species in science lessons from 2011, under a new primary curriculum.
Helen Grundy and Anne Guest are celebrating the bicentennial of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by setting up an exhibition at the disused Rea Garden in Floodgate Street, Digbeth.
A number of scientists, however, are not yet willing to declare that this discovery is the missing link that proves Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
It is a clear account of the development of Darwin's theory of natural selection and its role in evolution.