Henri Fabre


Biographical Sketch of Henri FabriFabre, Jean Henri

Jean-Henri Casimir Fabre, a French entomologist best known for his lively styled popular books on the lives of insects.

Born in France, 1823-1915
Physicist, chemist and botanist
Founder of Modern Entomology

Fabri’s Declarations

“Without Him, I understand nothing; without Him all is darkness… Every period had manias. I regard atheism as a mania. It is a malady of the age. You could take my skin from me more easily than my faith in God.”

“We cannot refrain from proclaiming the necessity of a sovereign Mind, the creator and instigator of order and harmony…to the glory of God the Creator.”

Henri Fabre







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Darwin, Then and Now is a journey through the most amazing story in the history of science - the history of evolution. The book encapsulates who Darwin was, what he said, and what scientists have discovered since the publication of The Origin of Species in 1859.

With over 1,000 references, Darwin Then and Now is a historical chronicle of the rise and fall of the once popular theory of biological evolution.