Monday, 24 October 2005

Huxley, Darwin, and the synoptic problem

Thomas Huxley’s support for evolutionary theory is well known, but it is not so well known that he also wrote about the synoptic problem. A new article in Church History explores Huxley’s discussion of the synoptic problem and his view of the relationship between modern biblical criticism and Darwin’s scientific method.

Matthew Day, “Reading the Fossils of Faith: Thomas Henry Huxley and the Evolutionary Subtext of the Synoptic Problem,” Church History 74:3 (2005), 534-56.

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