Re: historicity of Darwin

From: M.B.Roberts (
Date: Fri Jun 15 2001 - 17:12:59 EDT

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    Sorry I forgot to say that .
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    From: "bivalve" <>
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    Sent: Friday, June 15, 2001 8:23 PM
    Subject: Re: historicity of Darwin

    > >I trust you all knew that Darwin never existed...
    > >Further the so-called works of Darwin are clearly derivative from
    previous ideas. His geology on the Beagle voyage has many echoes of Lyell's
    Princilpes of Geology and thus applying the rules some use for NT criticism
    could not be written by Darwin. In the Origin of Species and other works
    there are many unacknowledged references to earlier writers so cannot be by
    > Furthermore, many of his statements clearly address the interests of his
    later followers and so must have been antedated forgeries. I'm sure the
    Darwin Seminar threw those out too.
    > Dr. David Campbell
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