If You Don't Want to Evolve, You Don't Have To

December 2013
Moderate Voice;12/30/2013, p4
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The article offers information on human evolution in reference to the Republicans. Topics of discussion included were a research by the Pew Research Center on evolution, the Great Disappointment, event in the history of the Millerite movement and the Scofield Reference Bible. It also presents two graphs one related to the human evolution by religion and other on partisans' difference in beliefs related to evolution.


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