Creationism and Evolutionism Reconciled

Creationism and Evolutionism Reconciled

by John V. Falconieri




A solution to the dispute between creationists and evolutionists includes an analysis of pertinent religious beliefs and scientific hypotheses about the origin of the universe, of life and of man, how often they converge so that a rapprochement between the two sides is possible.

Author Biography: John V. Falconieri received his doctorate in Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Michigan and subsequently taught literature, theater and cultural history at several universities. He received research scholarships from the Fulbright Commission and from the American Philosophical Society of Philadelphia. He has published books, scholarly articles, reviews, critiques, translations, college texts, manuscript editions, a novel and a play. He lectures in his fields of study at various universities and institutions. He founded John Cabot College in Rome and was its first President and Dean of Studies. He later became President of the American University of Rome from which he retired in l989. He now resides in Denver with his wife.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780738838656
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Publication date: 12/28/2000
Pages: 108
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 0.38(h) x 0.38(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter IIntroduction13
Chapter IIIn the Beginning or the Origin of the Universe19
Chapter IIIThe Origin of Man29
Chapter IVThe Singularity of Man39
Chapter VConsequences of Man's Knowledge of Death47
Chapter VIOntogeny Reproduces Philogeny and Evolutionist Theories of Our "Ancestry"65
Chapter VIIIn the Garden with Creationists79
Chapter VIIIThese Old Bones ... COnversing with Evolutionists87
Chapter IXWhither Man?95
Books Consulted102

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