Darwin and eugenics

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My last few posts on eugenics has generated a debate that others might find interesting. Eugenics is the attempt to breed humans using Darwinian principles. But many Darwinists today try to disassociate Darwin with the social applications of his theory, especially because of the Nazi experience. This is part 1 of the ongoing debate over Darwin and eugenics. More is coming later. Thank you, dear readers, for caring about what Darwin really thought and the implications this has for us today. Ideas have consequences.

View the original article here: Debate Over Darwin and Eugenics Continues: Part 1 – Christian Post (blog)

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