Review of The Evolution of Adam

I adapted a review I wrote for this blog of Pete Enns’ book Evolution of Adam, The: What the Bible Does and Doesn’t Say about Human Origins for publication in Reports of the National Center for Science Education. It is now available to be read online.

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  • http://againstjebelallawz.wordpress.com/ Enopoletus Harding

    I, not having read the book, say that the review is OK, but not nearly descriptive enough. Preferably, each chapter’s contents should have been summarized in a few sentences. I am also uncomfortable with NCSE featuring openly accomodationist perspectives.