Our first symposium on faith and scholarship was a big hit! Peter Enns, Sujin Pak, and Greg Reeves gave three great talks and we had a very stimulating panel discussion as well. You can watch the video here. Advertisements
If Genesis’s creation stories are mythological, does that mean that the whole Bible is just a myth? And if Genesis’s early chapters are myth, doesn’t that mean that they are false? As I showed in my last post in this series, C.S. Lewis thought that, strictly speaking, Genesis’s creation accounts were, in fact, ancient myths which God … Continue reading
Biblical Faith in an Age of Science Adam and Eve, and Evolution, and Evangelicalism On April 12th, 7:00-9:00 PM in NC State University’s McKimmon Center, Room 3 Can you believe the Bible and believe in Evolution, too? Who are we and where do we come from? Can good scientists also be people … Continue reading
This spring the NC State InterVarsity Grad & Faculty Ministries will be hosting a conference on what is becoming a pretty hot-topic among evangelicals who have been paying attention to recent developments within the natural sciences, namely, Was there a historical Adam and Eve? Did Eden exist? Is Genesis 1-3 myth or history or what? These … Continue reading
Peter Enns just put up a great little post identifying some of the rhetorical maneuvers that obfuscate, rather than clarify, the current Adam/Evolution discussion.
Pete Enns has put up his final post on Al Mohler’s take on evolution. Here he deals with Mohler’s contentions that evolution undercuts the Gospel and leads to denials of the resurrection, as well as his contention that Genesis and science are talking the same language but saying different things. Enns argues that belief in … Continue reading
Pete Enns has just put up his most recent post on Al Mohler’s views on Adam and Evolution which were aired on NPR about a month ago. The post is vintage-Pete and should be helpful to anyone who is approaching this question with an open mind. Here he makes two points: 1) Adam is not … Continue reading