Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Osborn, Henry Fairfield (1925), The earth speaks to Bryan, Retrieved on 2012-06-09
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    09 JUN 2012

     The Earth Speaks

    The Earth Speaks, clearly, distinctly, and, in many of the realms of Nature, loudly, to William Jennings Bryan, but he fails to hear a single sound. The earth speaks from the remotest periods in its wonderful life history in the Archaeozoic Age, when it reveals only a few tissues of its primitive plants. Fifty million years ago it begins to speak as "the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creatures that hath life." In successive eons of time the various kinds of animals leave their rema...
    Folksonomies: evolution religion
    Folksonomies: evolution religion
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    The evidence is there, but biblicalists refuse to see the it.