Charles Darwin thought he would be a clergyman after an uneventful childhood, where he hated school but loved the natural world. All that would change when he was allowed to be a part of a worldwide expedition to faraway lands. He was able to collect specimens and keep notes on all he experienced.
Inside you will read about...
✓ Early Life and Education
✓ Round the World Aboard the Beagle
✓ Darwin's Evolutionary Theory
✓ Life Leading Up to Marriage
✓ Evolutionary Research
✓ The Theory of Natural Selection
✓ Darwin's Post-Publication Life
And much more!
This eBook takes a closer look at who Charles Darwin was, how he lived his everyday life and how influential he became; not just in his own day but into the modern world as well. Find out what interested his incredible mind and how Darwin presented his theories to a yet unsuspecting world.
From beetles to butterflies, coral reefs and tropical islands, from apes to humans, learn how Charles Darwin's evidence speaks even to the world today.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
He did so much for the advancement of the human race, and yes it's true that a lot of Christian leaders push back against science, just like some of them push back against the evidence of climate change today, it really is a shame. I'm a Christian, I have been a Christian my entire life, what a lot of Christians don't understand is that you don't have to take God out of the evolution theory, when the big bang happend I believe that was God starting to form the universe and for the evolution process to start.
This book is full of information, some well-known and some new. First, I didn't know that Darwin and Abraham Lincoln were both born on February 12th, 1809. Another thing I didn't know is that the theory of evolution was already known before Darwin put forth his theory of natural selection. I was always taught that he was the first to express the theory of evolution, and that natural selection was his way of explaining it. This is the main reason I look forward to these hourly History books. Most of the time, I learn something new from each book I read. This keeps my study of history fresh and informative. Thanks again for a great book!