Two Books + Two Eyes = Four Necessities for Christian Witness, Part 1
It’s eminently easy “in God’s name” to demand things of people as a pre-requirement for acceptance by God—things which Christ himself never demanded.
How Does a BioLogos model need to address the theological issues
Science and Religion scholar Denis Alexander presents two models for relating Adam and Eve with the findings of contemporary anthropology. This essay was presented at the November 2010 Theology of Celebration Workshop
Christian Geologists on Noah’s Flood: Biblical and Scientific Shortcomings of Flood Geology
Geologists Davidson and Wolgemuth address the widely promulgated notion that the Flood can account for the earth’s complex geology, and that all genuine Christians should accept this viewpoint.
Creation, Evolution, and Christian Laypeople
In this paper, Keller considers three main clusters of questions lay people raise when they learn of anyone teaching that biological evolution and biblical orthodoxy can be compatible. Keller offers some ideas on how to provide responses that take these concerns seriously.
The Reason for God
In this tightly reasoned defense of faith, Keller challenges the doubts of atheists and skeptics on their own terms.
Adventist Origins of Young Earth Creationism
Many evangelicals believe that Young Earth Creationism is the only authentic, biblical way for Christians to understand origins, and that until the advent of Darwin's theory of evolution, it was the only view held by Christians. However, in this excerpt from Saving Darwin, Karl Giberson explains that Young Earth Creationism's origins are surprisingly recent.
The Believing Primate
The Believing Primate aims to describe and discuss the scientific accounts of religion as well as to assess their implications. -Amazon
Creation or Evolution
Dr. Denis Alexander believes that we do not need to choose, since both are true.
Harrell presents an accessible, thought-provoking exploration of evolution's witness to the God of creation.
Evolution and Ethics
Evolution and Ethics examines the burning questions of human morality from the standpoint of Christian thought and contemporary biology, asking where the two perspectives diverge and where they may complement one another. -Amazon