The role of geology: the Devon controversy. (GyG)
Francis Darwin, "Religion," from Life of Charles Darwin (London, 1892), 55-65.
J. Hedley Brooke, “Darwin and Victorian Christianity,” The Cambridge Companion to Darwin, ed. J. Hodge and G. Radick (2009), 197-219.
Phillip R. Sloan, "'The sense of sublimity': Darwin on nature and divinity," Osiris 16 (2001): 251-269.D. B. Paul, “Darwin, Social Darwinism and Eugenics,” The Cambridge Companion to Darwin, ed. J. Hodge and G. Radick, (2009), 219-245.
T. Eagleton, Reason, Faith and Revolution, New Haven, 2009.
Adrian Desmond and James Moore, "Never an atheist," Darwin, The Life of a Tormented Evolutionist (1991), 622-637.
David Livingstone, "Re-placing Darwin and Christianity," in Numbers and Lindberg, When Science and Christianity Meet.
Darwin is an obligatory topic in all the general surveys in the "Additional Resources" section.
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