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Ancient, Medieval, and Modern Christianity

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Ancient, Medieval, and Modern Christianity
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Publisher: University Books
ISBN/ASIN: B00664ERC6
Number of pages: 554

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Christianity has made peace with the theory of evolution but there is no way in which it can make peace with the application of the theory of evolution to Christianity itself. More precisely, Guignebert's theory will be most unpalatable to the principal Church of his country, Roman Catholicism.

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