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16 January 2009

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Were you there?
Well, we don’t expect you were in 1859 when Charles Darwin’s Origin of Species (the full title needs more space than we have) was published, but you just might be knowledgeable about the reaction this scientific bombshell may have had on the Quaker mind of the time


  • Darwin is having something of an anniversary year (he was born 200 years ago) and so you will hear and read a lot about him in the coming weeks
  • The editor is keen to discover what Quakers thought about survival of the fittest and so we are hunting through back copies of the Friend to find if any of our nineteenth century contributors expressed an opinion

  • Q-eye

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