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Seven Glorious Days

Seven Glorious Days

A Scientist Retells the Genesis Creation Story

by Karl W. Giberson

"A deeply inspiring overview of the grand epic of cosmic, biological, and cultural evolution written for Christians and grounded in scientific revelation."

—Michael Dowd, author, Thank God for Evolution

About <em>Seven Glorious Days</em>

About Seven Glorious Days

Popular author and leading science-and-religion scholar Karl Giberson recasts the Genesis creation story within the framework of the latest ideas from modern science.

Book Excerpt: The Creation Story for the Twenty-First Century

Book Excerpt: The Creation Story for the Twenty-First Century

Karl W. Giberson

Read the Introduction from the new book Seven Glorious Days.

Author Website

Author Website

Karl W. Giberson

Visit Karl Giberson's website for more conversation on science and religion.

Glorious Science: An Interview with Karl Giberson

Glorious Science: An Interview with Karl Giberson

Jonathan Fitzgerald

As a Christian, a scientist, and a firm believer that evolution doesn't contradict scripture, Giberson has become a hero for likeminded evangelicals.

Visit the Biologos Foundation Website

Visit the Biologos Foundation Website

BioLogos is a community of evangelical Christians committed to exploring and celebrating the compatibility of evolutionary creation and biblical faith.

Editing the Bible? A Scientist Retells the Genesis Creation Story

Editing the Bible? A Scientist Retells the Genesis Creation Story

Karl W. Giberson

What the Genesis creation account might look like if it were written today, rather than thousands of years ago.

Book Club Roundtable

When Science and Faith Meet: Infinity

When Science and Faith Meet: Infinity

Joanne Brokaw

I’ve never understood how Christians put science on the opposite side of the God debate. The more science discovers, the more God is at the center.

Significant Beings

Significant Beings

James McGrath

The distinctive angle on Giberson's subject matter has to do with significance -- does science teach that we are insignificant or significant?

In Praise of Theo-Poetics

In Praise of Theo-Poetics

Tony Jones

Creative retellings of biblical accounts allow the Bible to do what it was meant to do: inspire our imaginations, stoke our passion, and, as Giberson writes in his chapter on the Seventh Day, communicate the Creator’s love for us.

A Glorious Universe

A Glorious Universe

Bruce Epperly

Could it be that, despite the attempt of creationists to make science conform to a one-dimensional, unimaginative, and literalist understanding of scripture, scientists and people of faith have something in common – a sense of wonder at the vastness of the cosmic adventure and a desire to make sense of the world in which they live?

It's Not All Goodness

It's Not All Goodness

Connor Wood

While it's true that evolution has produced love and intelligence, telling young readers to ignore the blood and grimness of evolution is, I think, counterproductive and perhaps disingenuous.

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