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A century-and-a-half ago, Charles Darwin invited man to rethink who or what he is, a mind-boggling dichotomy on which PARALLEL MAN offers a perspective, different from the product of biological evolution offered by science, different from the instantaneous creation of God offered by religion.
Stanly has run away from everything in his small town to california and now wants to start a new life no strings attached! Until he falls for a girl who is everything that he's not.
Ever since the theory of evolution came out, it has been disputed by religion. Here is an essay that gives a brief but informative review of the dispute, also looking at whether both evolution and religion can co-exist.
Evolution: The chain of events that create one story. From animals, to humans, to dust particles in the sky, it is all one story.
Short Story | Updated Jun 2, 2011 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Patricia Mcgurk Martin
I was always the sacrificial Paschal Lamb or the evil white bitch. I am not sure which, the American citizen, the white woman, Patricia L. McGurk, as they hit me over the head and in the head regionally repeatedly last year and the previous year.
Calling me a slave, â€œSlave Pat or Slave...
A pastor and amateur entomologist in 19th century Sweden struggles with his faith in the light of Darwin's discoveries.
Subconscious preconceptions shape the lenses we look through more than we can realise. Evolution ensures physical progression, but is out of our hands. Philosophy and being bold enough to challenge assumptions is what sparks psychological progression, and has been laid into each of our hands.
By Kurt Holmes
This is the first part in a, so far, three part story set in Victorian Era London. It's a nonsensical story following a cat and a dog, who are intellectual gentlemen searching for good conversation. This type of nonsensical writing was inspired by reading Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and...
My opinion paper for english.
A humourous philosophical reflection on the meaninglessness conundrum, the science/spirituality dualism and their intersection with life.
By Fate Hates Me
Humor me! Write me a story of a novel. Either way.. It's your job to entertain me!
The only consistent thing in life is change...we are forever evolving, and to resists change is to deny that life is new in every moment.
This is a poem i wrote inspired by one of my favorite shows, dexter.