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Reading WHEE: history and evolution

May 12th, 2009 · No Comments

Continuing series: Reading WHEE: History and Evolution It is world history itself that shows us the clue to evolution. Darwinists, by distracting attention to times unseen, have confused us completely. We are ready to examine the phenomenon of the eonic effect, the evidence of a non-random pattern in world history. The discovery of that pattern […]

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The Legacy of Darwinism

May 10th, 2009 · No Comments

Continuing the series, Reading WHEE: The Legacy Of Darwinism The metaphysics of evolution The philosophy of Kant offers a useful benchmark for the examination of evolutionary theories as these impinge on the intractable issues of metaphysics. Questions, he warns, of god, soul or self, and free will are destined to exhibit antinomies that will haunt […]

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Reading WHEE: archaeology of Old Testament

May 9th, 2009 · No Comments

Continuing our reading guide for WHEE,Reading-whee, we come to the tricky question of the history behind the Old Testament, and the eonic effect: first things first, we need to study the archaeological background to the histories, so-called, of Israel/Judah. The book The Bible Unearthed is a good resource for that. The Bible unearthed A renewed […]

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The connection of history and evolution

May 7th, 2009 · No Comments

Continuing series, from yesterday: “Reading WHEE”, new category, and reading guide, here is the first introduction to the idea connecting evolution to history: In Search Of History Historical research has greatly expanded our knowledge of world history, and the result is an unexpected discovery: that of a process of universal history in the action of […]

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“Reading WHEE”, new category, and reading guide

May 6th, 2009 · 2 Comments

I am addiing a new category: Reading WHEE, for ‘Reading World History And The Eonic Effect’. I am going to go straight through the text section by section, with a (very) short quote and commentary, and an extra bonus: onblog versions of the text that are not online at history-and-evolution.com. I am moving swiftly toward […]

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