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Vindiciæ geologicæ, or The connexion of geology with religion

William Buckland

Vindiciæ geologicæ, or The connexion of geology with religion

explained in an inaugural lecture delivered before University of Oxford, May 15, 1819, on the endowment of readership in geology

by William Buckland

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Published by University Press for the author in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion and science

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe connexion of geology with religion
    Statementby William Buckland
    SeriesLandmarks II, monographs
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination38 p.
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15209519M

    In Vindiciae Geologicae (), 5. Science quotes on: | Field () | Geologist (75) | Geology () | Inquiry (79) | Monument (45) | Revolution () | Study () The human mind has a natural tendency to explore what has passed in distant ages in scenes with which it is familiar: hence the taste for National and Local Antiquities.   Everything about the lecture, from its use of Latin (title: Vindiciae Geologicae), to its overwhelming preoccupation with natural theology (subtitle: Or the Connexion of Geology with Religion.

    Dean, D. R. "Gideon Mantell and the discovery of Iguanodon" Modern Geology 18 (): Gideon Mantell and the discovery of dinosaurs. Cambridge: Cambridge. It is almost a truism that when Charles Darwin's Origin of Species first appeared, in , many people found its evolutionism to be unacceptable for religious reasons. They thought the theory of natural selection working by random variations conflicted with long-held and cherished beliefs about God and His relationship with man and the world.

    Flood geology (also creation geology or diluvial geology) is the religion-based interpretation of geological features of the Earth in accordance with a literal belief in the global flood described in Genesis 6– the early 19th century, diluvial geologists hypothesized that specific surface features were evidence of a worldwide flood which had followed earlier geological eras; after. William Buckland (–): Anglican priest/geologist who wrote Vindiciae Geologiae; or the Connexion of Geology with Religion explained. He was born in , but his scientific life did not begin before the period discussed herein.


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Oxford: At the University Press for the Author, Archives of Natural History () (2): Vindiciae Geologicae, published ; the lecture of William Buckland By the late J. EDMONDS* inaugural Appleton Road, 9QH. Cumnor, Oxford 0X2 INTRODUCTION William Buckland delivered his inaugural lecture as Reader in Geology at the University of Oxford on 15 May It was published by the University Press "for the Author" in May.

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44 Buckland, William, Vindiciae geologicae, or the connexion of geology with religion explained (Oxford, ), pp. 2 – 3. 45 For Sedgwick's style of teaching, see Porter, ‘The Natural Sciences Tripos’, pp. 13 – Vindiciae geologicae ; or The connexion of geology with religion explained () On the Occurrence of the remains of elephants and other quadrupeds, in the Cliffs of frozen mud, in Eschscholtz Bay, within Beering's Strait, and in other distant parts of the shores of the arctic seas, by.

Vindiciae Geologicae; or the Connexion of Geology with religion explained, To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request. published in as Vindiciæ Geologiæ; or the Connexion of Geology with Religion explained, both justifying the new science of geology and reconciling geological Flood geology (12, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article.

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Oxford University Press. CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Buckland, William (). "Geology and Mineralogy Considered With Reference to Natural Theology". Author of Geology and mineralogy considered with reference to natural theology, Reliquiae diluvianae, Vindiciae geologicae, Inventuring, Geology and mineralogy considered with reference to natural theology, Geology and mineralogy considered with reference to natural theology, Geologie und Mineralogie in Beziehung zur natürlichen Theologie, Reply to some observations in Dr.

Fleming's. He delivered his inaugural address on 15 May ; it was subsequently published in under the title of Vindiciae Geologiae; or the Connexion of Geology with Religion explained.

The aim of the lecture was to justify the inclusion of the new science of geology alongside the established studies of the University, but the compatibility of.

InBuckland was elected a fellow of the Royal year he persuaded the Prince Regent to endow an additional Readership, this time in Geology and he became the first holder of the new appointment, delivering his inaugural address on 15 May This was published in as Vindiciæ Geologiæ; or the Connexion of Geology with Religion explained, both justifying the new science.

List of Christians in science and technology (17, words) case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article priest/geologist who wrote Vindiciae Geologiae; or the Connexion of Geology with Religion was born inbut his scientific life did not begin before.

In his efforts to get science, and especially geology, incorporated into university education (which was designed at the time to train ministers) Buckland published Vindiciae Geologicae ().

Here he argued that geology was consistent with Genesis, confirmed natural religion by providing evidence of creation and God’s continued providence. Everything about the lecture, from its use of Latin (title: Vindiciae Geologicae), to its overwhelming preoccupation with natural theology (subtitle: Or the Connexion of Geology with Religion Explained), was designed to placate his more conservatively minded academic colleagues.

Vindiciae Geologicae: or, the Connection of Geology with Religion Explained. Oxford. Buckland, William (). Reliquiae Diluvianae, or Observations on the Organic Remains Contained in Caves, Fissures, and Diluvial Gravel, and on Other Geological Phenomena attesting to the Action of .Books & Periodicals ( or the Connexion of Geology with Religion.

16 WILLIAM BUCKLAND (). Vindiciae Geologicae; or the Connexion of Geology with Religion. Christie's South Kensington. WILLIAM BUCKLAND (). Vindiciae Geologicae; or the Connexion of Geology with Religion Explained. Oxford: At the University Press for the A.The western canon: The books and school of the ages A discourse of natural theology, showing the nature of the evidence and the advan-tage of the study London publishers and printers c