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<Tab/>Darwinism was the brainchild of a young medical student-turned clergyman named Charles Darwin, who was born in England in 1809. In the early 1800's his ideas about evolution, natural selection, how organisms adapt and variations in nature were seen as revolutionary, crazy theories. Creationism, the belief that man was created by God, and did not evolve from other creatures, was Darwinism's greatest rival. Funk and Wagnall's Standard College Dictionary as defines Darwinism: "The biological doctrine of the origin of species through descent by natural select…
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