One of the most gratifying aspects of the ongoing conversation between Southern Baptist Scholars and the BioLogos community is discovering just how much we have in common, and this particular exchange is exemplary of that fact. In this series, Dr. John Hammett’s critique of the existing BioLogos statement about evolution and the imago Dei were exactly in line with ongoing internal discussion at BioLogos—discussions that resulted in several changes in the statements to which he refers even before this series got under way.
  • Southern Baptist Voices: A Response to John Hammett, Part 1

    | Tim O'Connor
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    Southern Baptist Voices: A Response to John Hammett, Part 1 | Tim O'Connor

    The Scriptures teach that we human beings have been created in God’s image. What does that mean? I am in substantial agreement with Dr. Hammett on this question.   Read More >

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  • Southern Baptist Voices: A Response to John Hammett, Part 2

    | Tim O'Connor
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    Southern Baptist Voices: A Response to John Hammett, Part 2 | Tim O'Connor

    This account is overlooked by Christians and scientifically-educated religious skeptics alike, because both camps tend to assume an extremely reductionist view of the physical world. Read More >

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