You've Killed God, Sir
From Creation
00:00 - 00:56
Charles Darwin struggles with the meaning of his research, and Thomas Huxley tells him that his theory of evolution has "killed God" because it offers a scientific explanation for the species of the world. Darwin realizes that his research will be used as ammunition in favor of science over religion.


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