“For as in Adam all die, so in Christ all will be made alive.” I Corinthians 15:22 [This article is cross-posted from my general apologetics blog, Hard-Core Christianity.] What, exactly, did the writer of the first three chapters of Genesis mean to communicate about the physical origin of mankind? Views vary drastically within Christendom about
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This morning, I came across another fantastic talk by Fr. Robert Barron. This clip is about 11 minutes long, and well worth your time!
The discipline of science and faith integration is deeply complex and, I would argue, the most frequently muddled area within the broader project of Christian apologetics. Compounding the issue is the attitude of staunch inflexibility many Christians exhibit in their perspective on matters of origins, despite any deficiencies in their knowledge of the relevant philosophy,
Reading Genesis 1-2: An Evangelical Conversation (September 2013) is a new point/counterpoint anthology that presents five major views on how to correctly read the biblical account of creation. Although other texts addressing this topic have been published over the last decade, I particularly like this one and consider it a valuable contribution to the dialogue. It is succinct