Theories of Evolution

Paul II, John
March 1997
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1997, Issue 71, p28
Presents a speech by Pope John Paul II, delivered to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, October 22, 1996. Information on the encyclical "Human Generis"; Significance of the theory of evolution; Consideration of the spirit as emerging from the forces of living matter by the theories of evolution.


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