I am not asking this question with knowledge of the answer. I know very little about either. However I once read Lucretius, an Epicurean, ‘On the Nature of Things’ and it seemed that Epicurean philosophy is very similar in mentality to Darwinian philosophy, so that that Darwin seemed just an ‘evolved’ form of Epicurean.
Paul debated with these men, as well as the stoics who I found just as entertaining.
A group of Epicurean and Stoic philosophers began to debate with him. Some of them asked, “What is this babbler trying to say?” Others remarked, “He seems to be advocating foreign gods.” They said this because Paul was preaching the good news about Jesus and the resurrection. (NIV ACTS 17:18)
Is a Christian argument against evolution just the same thing (like Paul reasoning with the Epicureans?) so that there really is ‘nothing new under the Sun’, or is Darwinism something really quite different?
I should add I never have believed in Evolution, even when I was not a Christian. I have always thought it unreasonable from a scientific point of view. However, I really have not thought about it much in my life.
I can't say how I had these thoughts, from the linked Epicurean article, as it was many years ago that I read it. I was wondering if somebody knew more about this topic and can answer the question.