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It's OK to Believe in Both Creation and Evolution

Digbye Doran

Reference Lists

Although it is not a conventional approach, the author presents three reference lists. The first list contains three basic references most connected to the central theme of this work. They are identified by [KJV], [Origin] and [Hux].

The second list reveals the texts that have most contributed to the author's thought (mostly positively but occasionally negatively). They are indicated by [Beak], [BSW], [G&BB], and [Omphalos]. They are cited throughout the book.

The third list is broken down by chapters and contain specific references. These are indicated within the chapters as bold, bracketed numbers, e. g. [1].

Basic References:

[KJV] The Holy Bible: King James Version, Public Domain.

[Origin] On the Origin of Species, by Charles Darwin, Random House, Inc. Paperback, 689pp., Reprinted Aug. 1998, (ISBN: 0-375-75146-7)

[Hux] Agnosticism and Christianity and Other Essays (Great Mind Series), by Thomas Henry Huxley, Paperback - 242 pages, (August 1992), Prometheus Books; (ISBN: 0879757493). (Huxley was a prolific writer but perhaps this is a good place to start.)

General References:

[Beak] The Beak of the Finch: A Story of Evolution in Our Time, by Jonathan Weiner, First Vintage Books, a Division of Random House, New York, June 1995, (ISBN 0-679-40003-6)

[BSW] Beside Still Waters; Searching for Meaning in an Age of Doubt, by Gregg Easterbrook, Wm. Marrow and Co., Inc., New York, 1998, (ISBN 0-688-16065-4)

[G&BB] Genesis and the Big Bang: The Discovery of Harmony between Modern Science and the Bible, by Gerald L. Schroeder, PhD., A Bantam Book, October 1990, (ISBN 0-553-07083-5)

[Omphalos] Omphalos, An Attempt to Untie the Geological Knot", by Philip Henry Gosse, The Ox Bow Press, Reprinted Feb. 1998, Paperback, 376pp, (ISBN 1-881-98710-8)

Chapter References

Chapter 1

(The basic references,[KJV], [Origin], [Hux] and the general reference [Beak], have influenced this chapter.)

[1] The True Face of God, by Rael, (Paperback - 214 pages), Published by The Raelian Foundation, Dec. 1998, (ISBN 2940252009)






[7] "Evolution, the Fossils Say No!" by Duane T. Gish, Ph.D., Creation Life Publishers, 1981, San Diego, (ISBN 0890510466).

Chapter 2

The basic reference, [KJV], and the general reference, [G&BB], have influenced this chapter.

[1]"Creation and Time; A Biblical and Scientific Perspective on the Creation-Date Controversy", p 46f, by Dr. Hugh Ross, NavPress Publishing Group, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1994, (ISBN 0891097767)

Chapter 3

(The general reference, [Omphalos], has influenced this chapter.)

[1] B. Carter, F.R.S.,Phil. Trans. R. Soc. London, A 310, 347-363 (1983)

[2] For an explanation of why this is so, see the first full paragraph on page 49 of [G&BB]

[3] (The Church of Last Thursday),

[4] "How To Live In A Simulation", by Robin Hanson,

Chapter 4

[1] Elbow Room, by Daniel Clement Dennett, Paperback - 200 pages (October 1984), MIT Press, (ISBN 0262540428)

[2] American Scientist, Vol. 89, No. 2, March-April, 2001, The Soul of the Ape, by Clive D. L. Wynne, p. 120.

[3] The Feeling of What Happens : Body and Emotion in the Making of Consciousness, by Antonio R. Damasio, Hardcover - 386 pages 1 Ed edition (September 1999), Harcourt Brace, (ISBN: 0151003696)

[4] "Intelligent Design?", Natural History Magazine, Voice of The American Museum of Natural History, (April 2002).

[5] "Intelligent Design?" (Ref. [4] posted on internet)


[7] Finding Darwin's God: A Scientist's Search for Common Ground Between God and Evolution by Kenneth R. Miller; Cliff Street Books; 1st edition September 15, 2000; (ISBN: 0060930497)

[8] "Rocks of Ages: Science and Religion in the Fullness of Life" by Stephen Jay Gould, The Ballantine Publishing Group, 1999, New York, (ISBN 0345430093).

Chapter 5

(The general references, [BSW], [G&BB], and [Hux] have influenced this chapter.)

[1] The Anthropic Cosmological Principle, by John D. Barrow and Frank J. Tipler, Oxford, The Oxford University Press, Sept., 1986, (ISBN 01992821474).

[2] John 8:58, [KJV]


[4] Of Pandas and People: The Central Question of Biological Origins, by Dean H. Kenyon and P. William Davis, 2nd edition (February 1990),Haughton Pub. Co. , (ISBN 0914513400)

Chapter 6

(The basic reference, [Origin], and the general reference, [Beak] have influenced this chapter.)

[1] The Royal Society of London, Proceedings: Biological Sciences, Volume: 266 Issue: 1418, March 1999, How Clonal are Human Mitochondria?, A. Eyre-Walker, N. H. Smith, J. Maynard Smith, p 477.

[2] The Royal Society of London, Proceedings: Biological Sciences, Volume: 266 Issue: 1418, March 1999, Evidence for Mitochondrial DNA Recombination in a Human Population of Island Melanesia, E. Hagelberg, N .Goldman, P. Li¢, S. Whelan, W. Schiefenh”vel, J. B. Clegg, D. K. Bowden, p 485

Chapter 7

[1] Gaia, a New Look at Life on Earth, by James Lovelock, Oxford University Press, Dec., 1987, (ISBN 0192860305).

[2] The Gaia Hypothesis, proposed by Dr. James Lovelock & Dr. Lynn Margulis, published on the web at by Mountain Man Graphics, Australia in the Southern Autumn of 1996.

[3] The Greening Earth Society, 4301 Wilson Blvd., Ste. 805, Arlington, VA 22203:

Chapter 8

[1] The Time Machine, by H. G. Wells, Mass Market Paperback, 125 pages, Reissue edition, (December 1995), Tor Books, (ISBN 0812505042).


[3] Population Politics: The Choices That Shape Our Future, by Virginia D. Abernethy, Garrett Hardin, Hardcover - 350 pages, (April 1993), Plenum Pub. Corp, (ISBN 0306444615).

[4] The Great Hunger: Ireland, 1845-1849, by Cecil Blanche FitzGerald Woodham-Smith, Cecil Woodham-Smith, Charles Woodham, Paperback Reissue edition (January 1995), Penguin USA, (ISBN: 014014515X).

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