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Students Reconcile Darwin's Theories With Faith

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Students Reconcile Darwin's Theories With Faith

Students Reconcile Darwin's Theories With Faith

Students Reconcile Darwin's Theories With Faith

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The state of Kansas has been publicly wrestling with how or whether to teach Darwin's theory of evolution in the public schools. At the University of Kansas, some students are studying biological sciences despite devout Christian faith and a strong belief in the biblical story of creation. They face internal struggles similar to the ones Darwin himself must have felt as he wrestled with his scientific theories about evolution.

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