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mo·nog·e·nism (m -n j -n z m). n. The theory that all humans are descended from a single pair of ancestors.

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The monogeny / polygeny debate of the nineteenth Century and the
In this essay I will begin by examining both the contemporary monogenist and .
the problem of monogenism and polygenism as an example from the his- tory of theology which illustrates this conclusion.6.
Science, Theology, and Monogenesis
These alternatives have been given the names “monogenism” and.
Quantifying Characters: Polygenist Anthropologists and the
century monogenists and persisted or were strengthened when sup- porters of the . races were part of one species – a position known as monogenism.

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Catholic Church has evolving answer on reality of Adam and Eve
The controversy -- the one over Adam and Eve -- involves the competing theories of polygenism and monogenism, that is, the question of whether humans descended from many progenitors, as science argues, or from one couple, as Genesis seems to posit.
Can Theology Evolve?
Can the strict monogenism of the human race as traditionally understood by Christians, be modified to the scientific consensus that the human species originated in a small population, not a single couple?

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Monogenesis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Monogenism (monogenesis) is the theory of human origins which posits a single origin for all human races.
Polygenism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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