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*Smith, Allyne, [[H. Tristram Engelhardt|H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr.]], Edward Hughes, and J. Henry, "Orthodoxy", in ''The History of Science and Religion in the Western Tradition'' (2000): 268-273.
*Theokritoff, George, with Elizabeth Theokritoff, [ "Genesis and Creation: Towards a debate"] (PDF) — Review of Seraphim Rose, ''Genesis, Creation and Early Man: The Orthodox Christian Vision'', in ''St. Vladimir's Theological Quarterly'', Volume 46, Number 2 (2002). George Theokritoff is a paleontologist and Elizabeth is a theological scholar, author and editor of ''The Cambridge Companion to Orthodox Christian Theology'' (ISBN 0521683388).
*[[Luke (Voino-Yasenetsky) of Simferopol and Crimea|Voino-Yasenetsky, St Luke]], [ "Science and Religion"]
*[[Kallistos (Ware) of Diokleia|Ware, Metropolitan Kallistos]], [ "Orthodoxy and Evolution"], video: answer to a question asked in a lecture on "Salvation in Christ" at Seattle Pacific University. The question on faith and science and evolutionary theory comes at the end, at the 1:29:30 mark.
*Orthodox Way of Life blog [ Is Man Responsible for the Condition of the Environment?] Although this post does not directly address the question of evolution, it does present a thoroughly literal interpretation of the Genesis creation account.
*[[Seraphim Rose|Rose, Fr. Seraphim]], [ "Genesis, Creation and Early Man: The Orthodox Christian Vision"], several chapters from Fr. Seraphim's book on creation; [ "Genesis and Early Man: The Orthodox patristic understanding"], a letter to Dr. Alexandre Kalomiros.
*[[Luke (Voino-Yasenetsky) of Simferopol and Crimea|Voino-Yasenetsky, St Luke]], [ "Science and Religion"] In a fuller version of this work he writes: "Darwinism, which declares that man, by means of evolution, has developed from the lower species of animals, and is not a product of the creative act of the Godhead, has turned out to be merely a supposition, a hypothesis, which has become obsolete even for science. This hypothesis has been acknowledged as contradictory not only to the Bible, but to nature itself, which jealously strives to preserve the purity of each species, and knows of no transition even from a sparrow to a swallow. There are no known facts of a transition of an ape into a man." Science and Religion, Trinity Word, 2001, pp. 41-42.
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