Friday, November 28, 2008

Alexander MacAlister (1844-1919). MacAlister was professor of anatomy at Cambridge and was a distinguished author of textbooks on the subjects of physiology and zoology.

“I think the widespread impression of the agnosticism of scientific men is largely due to the attitude taken up be a few of the great popularizers of science, like Tyndall and Huxley.”

“It has been my experience that the disbelief in the revelation that God has given, in the life and work, death and resurrection of our Savior, is more prevalent among what I may call the camp followers of science then amongst those to whom scientific work is the business of their lives.”

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