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Is Evolution True? Is Evolution, As a Process, Substantiated by the Facts?


“The wording of the resolution to which they are to speak is this: “That the plants and animals of our world, including man, hare developed from some form or forms of primitive life by natural processes.” The affirmative will be taken by Mr. McCabe, and the negative by Mr. Price. Of course, the negative of the resolution is open to all sorts of interpretations. It might mean that the plants and animals had developed by unnatural processes: it might mean that they had developed apart from and without including man. The views of the two disputants we shall hear in due course; but I repeat that I do hope that both will come closely to grips with the subject. I can assure them that, in common with the rest of this audience, I am quite ready to be informed and to be instructed.”