It seems better first to consider the various scientific theories that have been proposed to explain evolution; to postpone all discussion of design and religion; and to admit freely that there may be important phenomena that we are simply unable at present to explain in purely materialistic terms.
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Scientific Theories of Evolution
1. The Neo-Darwinian Theory

For a complete formulation, see Crow & Lodge (2004).

2. The Non-Random Evolutionary Hypothesis.

Lee Spetner, Not By Chance (Judaica Press, New York, 1998), p.206.

3. Semi-meiosis as an Evolutionary Mechanism

John A. Davison, J. theor. Biology (1984) 111, 725-735,