Contesting Faith, Truth, and Religious Language at the Creation Museum

Contesting Faith, Truth, and Religious Language at the Creation Museum May 21, 2014

My colleague Brent Hege has written what I consider to be quite possibly the most important critique of the Creation Museum from the perspective of Christian theology: “Contesting Faith, Truth, and Religious Language at the Creation Museum: A Historical-Theological Reflection.” It was published in Theology and Science.

UPDATE: There was a very small number of free downloads, and so I am sharing a pre-publication version which Brent has kindly made available.

 

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  • Levi

    I jumped through all their registration hoops. Still hitting the paywall.

  • Earthlings Make Me So Angry

    I got the “official” version through my university. It is a good read. You can tell your colleague that it is now required reading for my September class, “Biblical Creationism: Then and Now” that compares ancient cosmologies etc. with the interpretations by modern creationists.

  • This is exactly the kind of scholarship that needs to be open access. These walled up journals are doing no good service.

    • Amen! Preach it, brother!

      • Earthlings Make Me So Angry

        No kidding. It’s not as if the publisher shares the wealth with, say, the authors…