Just this past week, the Economist ran a story on the evolution controversy in evangelicalism. I can’t say I saw that one coming. A reporter went to the Evangelical Theological Society meeting in Baltimore and sat in on the session with the authors of the recent publication of Four Views on the Historical Adam (part of [Read More…]
An outsider eavesdrops on the Evangelical Theological Society and the Adam/evolution controversy. Oh no.
Two books on evolution and Christianity have been sitting on my desk for a few weeks now: Reading Genesis 1-2: An Evangelical Conversation and Four Views on the Historical Adam. I haven’t been sure what to do with them. The first is the product of a 2011 symposium hosted by the Bryan Institute for Critical Thought & Practice. The participants were Dick Averbeck [Read More…]