The age of the world: Moses to Darwin.


Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press [1959] .

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Subjects Age.
Earth (Planet)
Earth (Planet) -- Age.
Religion and science -- History.
Religion and science.
Religion et sciences -- Histoire.
Terre -- Âge.
Description x, 303 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1959]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary "An extension of [the author's] dissertation, Revolution in the concept of historical time: a study in the relationship between Biblical chronology and the rise of modern science. Johns Hopkins University, 1957."
Contents Introduction -- Historicism and the scientific revolution -- Time and world process in 18th-century outlook -- The biblical age of the earth surrendered -- The 'Origin of species' and the antiquity of man.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Earth
Network Numbers (OCoLC)316009
(OCoLC)ocm00316009
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WorldCat Identities Haber, Francis C.
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