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Title: The origin and evolution of life
Authors: Captur, Victor
Keywords: Evolution -- Religious aspects
Bible and evolution
Life -- Origin
Issue Date: 1950
Publisher: British Medical Students' Association. Malta Branch
Citation: Captur, V. (1950). The origin and evolution of life. Chest-piece, 1(4), 37-39.
Abstract: The problem of the origin and evolution of life has been and still is fascinating, and its solution is the scientist's highest ideal. Much has been written and said about this problem; theories were put forward, but nothing concrete has been proved. Some blamed the Church, others the materialism of men of science; in fact the problem has been the subject of much bitter controversy. In such a short space it is only possible to outline broadly some of the theories put forward in favour of evolution, theories which are the outcome of research work by famous scientists. It is not necessary to admit them; we shall try to analyse them and to see what is to be admitted or rejected.
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