Monthly Archives: October 2010

The Fall and Sin After Darwin 4

We’ve been looking at the essays in a book Theology After Darwin centered around a simple question: What are the implications for Christian theology if Darwin was right? In conjunction with this we are also looking at three articles in … Continue reading

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Are “Shelf Doctrines” Hazardous to Faith?

In Weekly Meanderings last Saturday Scot linked to a couple of posts by Roger Olson on his blog. This led me to read those two posts, but also several others on his site. One of them is worth some serious … Continue reading

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The Fall and Sin After Darwin 3

We’ve been looking at the essays in a book Theology After Darwin centered around a simple question: What are the implications for Christian theology if Darwin was right? In conjunction with this we are also looking at three articles in … Continue reading

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The Fall and Sin After Darwin 2

We’ve been looking at the essays in a book Theology After Darwin centered around a simple question: What are the implications for Christian theology if Darwin was right? At the top of the list for many is the implication for … Continue reading

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The Moral Landscape

Sam Harris, author of The End of Faith has a new book The Moral Landscape: How Science Can Determine Human Values. In this latest offering Harris tackles the question of morality. As is the norm he is out giving interviews … Continue reading

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Being Human 3

In my last post on Being Human After Darwin I commented on Francisco Ayala’s essay on the characteristics that make us human. The suggestion is that our “humanness” is not at its root reducible to chemistry, physics, or even biology. … Continue reading

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The Fall and Sin After Darwin 1

The book Theology After Darwin contains a series of essay centered around a simple question: What are the implications for Christian theology if Darwin was right? If we were to take a poll on this blog asking this question I … Continue reading

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Being Human After Darwin 2

I posted last week on the first part of an essay by Francisco Ayala entitled Being Human After Darwin. Today I am going to discuss the second part of this essay, but first I would like to point to an … Continue reading

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