A series of responses to Adam and the Genome: Reading Scripture after Genetic Science (Brazos Press, 2017). 

  • Adam and the Genome: Introduction

    | Jim Stump
    Blog Post
    Adam and the Genome: Introduction | Jim Stump

    A new book tackles the question of the "historical Adam" from the dual perspective of genetics and New Testament scholarship.  Read More >

    Basics PART 1 of 6
  • Adam and the Genome: Some Thoughts from Pete Enns

    | Pete Enns
    Blog Post
    Adam and the Genome: Some Thoughts from Pete Enns | Pete Enns

    Any discussion of the “historical Adam” cannot proceed without taking into account the story of Adam in its ancient context. Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 2 of 6
  • Adam and the Genome: Some Thoughts from Denis Alexander

    | Denis Alexander
    Blog Post
    Adam and the Genome: Some Thoughts from Denis Alexander | Denis Alexander

    Our task is to ask how science and Christian theology might generate an integrated account of human origins. If all truth is God’s truth, as Christians believe, such a task shou... Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 2 of 6
  • Adam and the Genome: Some Thoughts from Ken Keathley

    | Kenneth Keathley
    Blog Post
    Adam and the Genome: Some Thoughts from Ken Keathley | Kenneth Keathley

    Is Scot McKnight correct that the term "historical Adam" needs to be radically rethought? Theologian Ken Keathley is skeptical.  Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 3 of 6
  • Adam and the Genome: Some Thoughts from Dennis Venema

    | Dennis Venema
    Blog Post
    Adam and the Genome: Some Thoughts from Dennis Venema | Dennis Venema

    BioLogos is a place where people of differing views are welcomed, and gracious dialogue is possible. Read More >

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