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Name: University: Course: Tutor: Date: Darwin: Analysing His Work in Anticipation of Criticism The book by Charles Darwin the origin of Species, was one book that was to receive a lot of criticism, especially due to the fact that it was written at a time when such ideas, as presented in the book, were not well received, either in the layman world or in the academia.
Reading through the book reveals that Darwin was aware of not only what the book would mean to others with regard to their values, but also with regard to his own religious beliefs. Drawing had all his adult life embarked on a research interests that would eventually lead to him have to denounce high faith. But it is not this that most affected him. Charles had friends not only within the scientific world but also in the religious realms. In fact, even those in the academia world were still not completely open to the idea of a scientific theory that ruled out the existence of God. It is probably due to this that Darwin is seen to be cautious with his worlds. Throughout the book, although Darwin is discussing a theory that does not have a place for omnipotent deity, he refrains from discussing this issue boldly and leaves from for the religious people to still see a place for a deity in the new understanding of things. ...
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