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Johannes Jacobus Duyvené de Wit (1909-?) was born in the Netherlands in 1909, he was head of a pharmaceutical company before taking a PhD at Utrecht in 1939. From 1951 until his death he held the chair of zooology at the University of The Orange Free State Bloemfontein, South Africa. He wrote over 18 papers on hybridization experiments in various fishes.

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J. J. Duyvene De Wit  ‘Organic Life and the evolutionistic world and life view’ Christian Perspectives 1962 (Guardian Publishing Company, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 1962.)


A New Critique of the Transformist Principle in Evolutionary Biology. J. H. Kok, 1965. (65pp)


The Impact of Herman Dooyeweerd's Christian Philosophy Upon Present Day Biological Thought. (pp. 405-433) in Philosophy and Christianity. J. H. Kok. 1965.

"A New Critique of the Transformist Principle in Evolutionary Biology," Philosophia Reformata 29 (1964):55.


The paleontological record and the origin of man: With explanatory supplement : a critical-scientific examination s.n.] (1963)

On de Wit

Eustace Lovatt Hebden Taylor Evolution and the Reformation of Biology: A Study of the Biological Thought of Herman Dooyeweerd of Amsterdam and J. J. Duyvene de Wit. Craig Press, 1967.

Magnus Verbrugge, M.D. The Legacy Of Duyvene De Wit For Creationist Biology: Part I - The Man And His Life Creation Research Society Quarterly Volume 21, Number 2 September, 1984
This is part one of a three-part series of articles on the life and work of J. J. Duyvene De Wit, a Dutch biologist, who ascribed to the Creation viewpoint and actively worked against the falsity of evolutionary concepts.


Magnus Verbrugge, M.D. The Legacy Of Duyvene De Wit For Creationist Biology: Part II: The Folly Of Man And The Works Of The Lord Creation Research Society Quarterly Volume 21, Number 3 December, 1984
This is part two of a three-part series of articles on the life and work of J. J. Duyvene De Wit, a Dutch biologist, who ascribed to the Creation Viewpoint and actively worked agains the falsity of evolutionary concepts.

Magnus Verbrugge, M.D. 'The Legacy Of Duyvene De Wit For Creationist Biology: Part III - The Comonomic Philosophy: A Christian Alternative To Evolutionism' Creation Research Society Quarterly Volume 21, Number 4  March, 1985
This is part III in the series of articles dealing with the life and philosophy of science of Duyvene De Wit, a Dutch biologist. This part specifically focuses on how De Wit was influenced by the writings of Herman Dooyeweerd.