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TITLEOn Human Origins: A Bahá'í Perspective
AUTHOR 1Craig Loehle
DATE_THIS1990
VOLUME2:4
TITLE_PARENTJournal of Bahá'í Studies
PAGE_RANGE45-58
PUB_THISAssociation for Bahá'í Studies North America
CITY_THISOttawa, ON
ABSTRACTThe science of evolution is difficult for those who demand a literal interpretation of scripture and believe in a special origin for humanity. The Bahá’í writings view evolution and individual spiritual growth as one fundamental developmental process.
NOTES See also commentaries by Arash Abizadeh (JBS 3:1, 1990), Iraj Ayman, Susan Brill, and M.K. Rohani (JBS 4:1-4:3, 1991), Iraj Ayman, John Hatcher, and Craig Loehle (JBS 5:2, 1992), and Keven Brown (JBS 5:4, 1994).
TAGSCreation; Evolution; God; Science
 
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