Enns Responds to DeYoung about Historical Adam

Pete Enns has responded to Kevin DeYoung’s post offering ten reasons for believing in a historical Adam. Like me, Pete is not impressed, and he interacts with my response in the process of articulating his own. Click through to read it! [Read more...]

Ken Ham Finally Confesses His Heresy!

Thanks to a commenter for pointing out that Ken Ham, in a post on his blog yesterday, finally confessed his unbiblical heretical teachings in unambiguous terms. Ham wrote, “God’s people need to repent of compromise and return to the foundation of the inerrant Word of God instead of building on the foundation of fallible sinful [Read More...]

Beware of False Teachers – And Be Aware You Might Be One!

Most of the more conservative to fundamentalist forms of Christianity place at least some emphasis on avoiding false teachers. The conservatives in every denomination – and those who claim not to have a denomination – can regularly be seen turning this weapon of religious competition against others. Charismatics and Pentecostals warn against those who claim [Read More...]

Genesis 1-3 on How to Interpret Genesis 1-3

As Evolution Weekend draws near, many of us will be taking some time to address matters related to evolution in our religious communities. Here are a diagram and a cartoon, as well as some links and other resources, that I think are useful on this occasion. First, RJS at Jesus Creed wrote a post which [Read More...]

Teach the Hilarious Controversies

From Bad Reporter on Go Comics [Read more...]

The Latest in Creationist Educational Materials

From GoComics HT Zach Kopplin on Facebook [Read more...]

Creationism and Global Warming in a Nutshell

From ASBO Jesus [Read more...]

Early Anti-Evolutionists

From Rubes HT David Evarts on Facebook [Read more...]

Good News and Bad News in Indiana’s New Creation Science Law

The news is circulating that Senate Bill 89, which allows for the teaching of “creation science,” has passed the senate and now awaits approval from the house. There is at least some good news. On the one hand, the proposed law makes no mention of science classrooms, and so there is nothing that directly encourages [Read More...]

Pete Enns, The Evolution of Adam: Part 2

As part of the blog tour about Pete Enns’ book The Evolution of Adam: What the Bible Does and Doesn’t Say about Human Origins, I previously blogged about the introduction and part 1. Now I turn to part 2, which focuses on the figure of Adam in Paul’s writings and theology. In part two, Enns [Read More...]

Right and Wrong about the Slippery Slope (Rachel Held Evans)

Rachel Held Evans shared this wonderful reflection on things she was told about the “dangers” of the slippery slope, and I think it deserves to be widely circulated, read, and reflected on: They said that if I questioned a 6,000-year-old earth, I would question whether other parts of Scripture should be read scientifically and historically. [Read More...]


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