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Evolution and Its Relation to Religious Thought

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        StatementAdamant Media Corporation
        PublishersAdamant Media Corporation
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsNovember 30, 2005
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 115 p. :
        Number of Pages98
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 101421270773
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Evolution and its relation to religious thought : LeConte, Joseph, 1823

When weather VERY bad, please call ahead. Commencing as a microscopic spherule of living but apparently unorganized protoplasm, it gradually added cell to cell, tissue to tissue, organ to organ, and function to function; thus becoming more and more complex in the mutual action of its correlated parts, as it passed successively through the stages of germ, egg, embryo, and infant, to maturity.

Proofs from variation of organic forms, artificial and natural; Part III.