Peace with God, Peace with Science, Part 2

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This post is continued from yesterday.

As my faith matured, I hungered to better understand God’s ways, and although by then I had studied theology in depth and could substantively discourse on a variety of matters, the one area I had skirted – probably out of the same sense of foreboding that I had originally felt towards the Bible – was the troubling issue of Creation, particularly with respect to the so-called faith-science conflict. Which version of science is accurate, and what does the answer say about the harmony – or discord – between Scripture and science? Would the character of God permit Him to reveal one reality in Scripture and an opposing one in Creation? The issue had become unsettling to me...

Update (18 May 2016):  This blog post has been truncated because its contents are now copyrighted in the book, How I Changed My Mind About Evolution. The book page and ordering info can be found here.

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MLA

Blake, Stephen Ashley. "Peace with God, Peace with Science, Part 2"
http://biologos.org/. N.p., 11 Mar. 2014. Web. 29 August 2016.

APA

Blake, S. (2014, March 11). Peace with God, Peace with Science, Part 2
Retrieved August 29, 2016, from http://biologos.org/blogs/archive/peace-with-god-peace-with-science-part-2

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Stephen Ashley Blake

Stephen Ashley Blake is a filmmaker and President of Realm Entertainment in Los Angeles. After making his mark as a music video Director and independent feature and television Director of Photography, he is now gearing up to produce a slate of motion pictures of a variety of genres that tell powerful stories from a distinctly Christian worldview.

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