The Origins Of Humanity And Major Periods : Middle Ages, Renaissance, And Enlightenment

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Exam One: Origin of Humanity
Alexis Jayne ' Milligan
Bethune-Cookman University
SS 245 WO Interdisciplinary Social Science
Dr. Dorcas E. McCoy
April 10, 2016

This paper will discuss the origins of humanity and three major periods: Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Enlightenment. The relevance of evolution, natural selection via Charles Darwin, intelligent design, and scientific creationism. Then the human thought and social thought on these epochs will be further debated. Biblical reference has strongly impacted society. Church and State will be discussed and compared and contrasted to show the separation.
Humankind was said to originate in several different ways. The two that the text focuses on, deal with the controversial topic of science and faith. The evolution theory is that of a good one and basically shows us about the "Survival of the fittest". Science is based on a series of proven theories and facts. However, religion and its beliefs are based on the biblical interpretations and the spread of stories through its word. The long-standing issue is that between religion and science has molded the concept of "Church and State". The relevance of the concepts stated before to include, natural selection, intelligent design, scientific creationism all play a major role in today 's humanity, social life and the way humans think. The goal of this paper is to not only inform but to open your views on the origin of humanity. Charles Darwin was an English biologist that

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