Nott went so far as to sponsor an abridged translation of Arthur de Gobineau's Essay on the Inequality of the Races--Gobineau is widely known as the father of racist theory--in which the passages arguing for monogenism
At the same time, however, he used his very 'modern' knowledge to defend the theory of monogenism
which appeared to his peers as increasingly dated.
The first scientific anomalies challenging the paradigm of monogenism
appeared with Charles Darwin's Origin of Species, and now they are intensifying since the publication of the Human Genome Project, once led by evangelical Christian Francis Collins.
I would now be willing to agree with Welch that my grounds for asserting the presence of consensus on the doctrine of monogenism
prior to Vatican I are open to question, but here my point is that the "former consensus" to which I referred on page 105 was the "consensus among Catholic bishops and theologians" on page 104.
The hierarchical monogenist naturalists used the supposed objectivity of science to question the necessity of Biblical monogenism
The popular press has misled some into thinking that scientists have discovered evidence for the very first female human, and many Christians have taken this announcement to support the biblical portrait of monogenism
would imagine an historical individual Adam, who in one moment was endowed with spiritual life, and who alone sinned.
In the first section, Domning cites evidence against monogenism
, the view that all humanity is descended from a single couple.