A Possible Paradigm Shift in Evolutionary Biology? Thank the Microbes

Full disclosure: This post is from the “I wish I had paid better attention in high school science rather than play Rock’em Sock’em Robots with the lab frogs, which is why I work in the humanities” department, but a friend of mine in the sciences passed this on to me a couple of days ago, [Read More...]

Evolution is Ordained and Sustained by God: Slideshow 7 by Denis Lamoureux

Today we have Denis Lamoureux’s 7th and next-to-last slideshow summarizing his popular book I Love Jesus & I Accept Evolution. Lamoureux continues his presentation on chapter 6 of his book, which deals with the specifics of human evolution.  (For those new to this series, all previous posts are linked in last week’s installment.) The topic today [Read More...]

Paul Believed in Adam, and So Should You (?): latest slideshow from Denis Lamoureux

Today we continue Denis Lamoureux’s series of brief slideshows on his popular book I Love Jesus & I Accept Evolution. In the previous five slideshows, Lamoureux covered chapters 1 and 2, chapter 3, a supplement to chapter 4 (the sources of Genesis), chapter 4 (“Biblical Accounts of Origins”), and the first portion of  chapter 6  on human evolution. In today’s installment, Lamoureux continues his summary [Read More...]

Ancient Biology in Genesis (or Goats Begat Goats): Slideshow 6 from Denis Lamoureux

Today we continue Denis Lamoureux’s series of brief slideshows on his popular book I Love Jesus & I Accept Evolution. In the previous four slideshows, Lamoureux covered chapters 1 and 2, chapter 3, a supplement to chapter 4 (the sources of Genesis) and chapter 4 (“Biblical Accounts of Origins”). Today’s post summarizes chapter 6 of his book: Genesis contains not only an “ancient [Read More...]

Episcopalians on Science and Faith: gettin’ it done (evangelicals could learn something)

“The goal of human knowing is neither to exalt science over other forms of inquiry nor to use theology as a magic wand to make things we can’t otherwise explain vanish. The goal of human knowing is instead to seek to engage God, the world, and ourselves in one unified frame of meaning.” ~The Very [Read More...]


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