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At a recent AiG event in Scotland, I came across two men whose beliefs had a lasting impact on the church and the culture for very different reasons.
The issue is not whether a person can be a Christian and believe in evolution but what one has to concede theologically in order to hold to their belief.
Terrorist attacks like those in Paris, London, New York, and Madrid are the result of the radical Islamic worldview.
While we need to know about atoms and gravity, why do we need to know about the big bang and Darwinian evolution? What do they have to do with science? Nothing!
What Christians face today is a choice between earning the respect of the world by accepting evolution, or being faithful to Scripture.
It does not seem Dr. Ben Witherington has ever seriously taken the time to interact with material that answers his objections concerning biblical creation.
The very teachings of Jesus are being attacked by those who state that, because of His human nature, there is error in some of His teaching regarding earthly things such as creation.PDF Download
Many pastors and teachers today unfortunately no longer exhort or instruct their congregations correctly.
In secular culture it is common to view the biblical history of Adam as a story, myth, or a parable but this is now also becoming the standard interpretation for many within the evangelical community.PDF Download
This paper will evaluate and critique six commentaries and the reasons they give for not taking the days of creation literally.PDF Download
Lennox reasons that the church has been wrong in the past over its interpretation of Scripture in light of scientific discovery, and that those holding to a young earth are wrong again.PDF Download
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