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Darwin started a revolution in thought with his theory of Natural Selection, but without a clear understanding of how variation arises and is inherited (implying that Faith! played a major role in his formulating a theory which could not be founded properly). This changed with Mendel in the early 1900s…

It was a clergyman who set the foundation of modern genetics which now rule medicine and biology as sciences. And it was research conducted in an abbey (Augustinian Abbey of St Thomas in Brno) that led to the creation of this new science. It may be a surprise to many (not to those reading Harmonia Philosophica) but Faith in the capability of man (and woman) to understand how “God thinks” is the basis of all modern scientific research…

Biochemistry against Evolution (or "Do not trust scientists")