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Old Earth or Evolutionary Creation?: Discussing Origins with Reasons to Believe and BioLogos (BioLogos Books on Science and Christianity) #2020

Old Earth or Evolutionary Creation Discussing Origins with Reasons to Believe and BioLogos BioLogos Books on Science and Christianity Christians confess that God created the heavens and the earth But they are divided over how God created and whether the Bible gives us a scientifically accurate account of the process of creation Repr

  • Title: Old Earth or Evolutionary Creation?: Discussing Origins with Reasons to Believe and BioLogos (BioLogos Books on Science and Christianity)
  • Author: Kenneth Keathley J. B. Stump Joe Aguirre
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Old Earth or Evolutionary Creation?: Discussing Origins with Reasons to Believe and BioLogos (BioLogos Books on Science and Christianity) By Kenneth Keathley J. B. Stump Joe Aguirre, Christians confess that God created the heavens and the earth But they are divided over how God created and whether the Bible gives us a scientifically accurate account of the process of creation.Representatives of two prominent positions old earth creation Reasons to Believe and evolutionary creation BioLogos have been in dialogue over the past decade to understand wChristians confess that God created the heavens and the earth But they are divided over how God created and whether the Bible gives us a scientifically accurate account of the process of creation.Representatives of two prominent positions old earth creation Reasons to Believe and evolutionary creation BioLogos have been in dialogue over the past decade to understand where they agree and disagree on key issues in science and theology This book is the result of those meetings Moderated by Southern Baptist seminary professors, the discussion between Reasons to Believe and BioLogos touches on many of the pressing debates in science and faith, including biblical authority, the historicity of Adam and Eve, human genetics and common descent, the problem of natural evil, and methodological naturalism While both organizations agree that God created the universe billions of years ago, their differences reveal that far is at stake here than just the age of the earth.Old Earth or Evolutionary Creation invites readers to listen in as Christian scholars weigh the evidence, explore the options, and challenge each other on the questions of creation and evolution In a culture of increasing polarization, this is a model for charitable Christian dialogue.

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    1. This book is the result of a series of meetings between representatives of BioLogos, advocates of evolutionary creation, and Reasons to Believe RTB , advocates of old earth creation I liked the structure of this book Each chapter begins with an introduction and questions by a Southern Baptist Convention SBC moderator, followed by responses from a representative of each organization Then there is a redirect by the moderator with specific follow up questions for each respondent, followed by their [...]

    2. This is the second book in the BioLogos Books on Science and Christianity series Although I read the first one in the series, How I Changed My Mind About Evolution, I found this one to be far interesting The book takes a two views approach, but as the editors mention, it is not a debate per se Rather, the goal of the book was for two organizations that interact with science and faith, BioLogos and Reasons to Believe, to clarify their positions on evolution and theology, including where they agr [...]

    3. The first few chapters were a bit dry for me, but some of the questions explored in later chapters were very interesting and informative This book is basically the guided dialogue of two Christian organizations who believe in an old earth aligning with mainstream scientific estimates than with young earth creationists who believe the earth is only about 4500 years old The discussions outline their differences and similarities, and provide an interesting understanding into why members from each [...]

    4. IVP press and Netgalley provided a copy that I could review I always though that the problems with evolution and the like came down to Christians v science I was wrong In the middle are Christians who are scientist, and even then they cannot agree I may have oversimplified the opening point, but I think that it gets the point across Even among people of faith, there are varying levels of what they believe just as their are people of science.This book is an attempt at dialogue between two groups [...]

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