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Evolution and Faith: Communicating Compatibility in Christian Higher Education, Part 1

Evolution and Faith: Communicating Compatibility in Christian Higher Ed

This series contains four sections, each of which focuses on a different aspect of science and faith as it relates to Christian higher education. In the first post, Richard Colling (author of Random Designer) speaks on strategic ways to teach the evolution issue in a Christian classroom setting. In the second blog, Andrew Chignell discusses an article that suggests hermeneutical charity in Wheaton College’s creedal statements in areas of reasonable disagreement. In the third section, Darrel Falk looks at Ken Ham’s State of the Nation address in which Mr. Ham criticizes Calvin College. Falk also examines an article written by a young college freshman to the school newspaper at Calvin College and offers constructive advice. The last blog is Daniel Camacho’s letter to Ken Ham.