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

  • Adam and the Genome: Introduction

    | Jim Stump
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    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
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    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
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    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 Scot McKnight

    | Scot McKnight
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    Adam and the Genome: Some Thoughts from Scot McKnight | Scot McKnight

    Science provoked me and prodded me and pushed me to give more serious attention to the Bible, and to become more sensitive to my science students when they are reading the Bible. Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 5 of 6
  • Adam and the Genome: Some Thoughts from Dennis Venema

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

    My goal in the book was to lay out, as clearly as possible, why it is that mainstream biologists—Christian or otherwise—agree that humans evolved, and that we did so as a ... Read More >

    Advanced PART 6 of 6