Darwinism and the Divine

by Alister E. McGrath
Chichester (UK): Wiley-Blackwell, 2011. 298 pages.

McGrath’s Darwinism and the Divine, according to reviewer Bruce H. Weber, is “a highly readable introduction to the history of natural theology and its relationship to the sciences, particularly contemporary Darwinism, expanding upon the 2009 Hulsean Lectures he gave at Cambridge University. This well-documented volume engagingly introduces the reader to both natural theology and the implications of Darwinian evolution while providing guidance to the extensive primary and secondary literature dealing with these topics.”