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Finding Darwin's God: A Scientist's Search for Common Ground Between God and Evolution

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Finding Darwin's God: A Scientist's Search for Common Ground Between God and Evolution is a book written in 1999 by Kenneth R. Miller a professor of biology at Brown University. The book argues for the concept of theistic evolution.

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Miller is a cellular biologist and Roman Catholic. The central claim of his book is that naturalistic evolution does not have to contradict Christian dogma. The book also gives a detailed criticism and rejection of creationism and intelligent design.

Reception[edit]

The book has received mixed reviews from the scientific community. Some scientists have written that is too pro-religion.[1] Others have however given the book mixed to positive reviews for its attempt to demonstrate that religion and science do not have to be incompatible.[2][3][4]

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