Four friendly appeals to my young-earth creationist friends.Read more "Furthering the Dialogue on Creation: Some Thoughts on Doug Wilson’s Piece"
Did poison dart frogs from Brazil, arctic Wolves from Northern Canada, and giant salamanders from Japan travel to the Middle East to get on Noah’s flood? Or is there another way to read this story?Read more "Why a Local Flood?"
Is it possible to believe in both Genesis 1 and that dinosaurs became extinct 65 million years ago?Read more "Does Old-Earth Creationism Undermine the Gospel? A Response to Kevin Bauder"
The fact that it portrays the notion of divine judgment sympathetically is a significant merit.Read more "Some Thoughts on Noah"
I just read and very much enjoyed Jack Collins’ recent book on Adam and Eve. One of the things the book did for me is help me reflect more upon attempts to uphold the historicity of Adam and Eve and some form of human evolution. I used to think about this issue basically in terms […]Read more "Thoughts on Adam and Eve"
I’ve been reading through Intelligent Design 101: Leading Experts Explain the Key Issues (Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2008), which has an appendix dealing with theistic evolutionist Francis Collins’ arguments for common ancestry between humans and chimps in his The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief (New York: Free Press, 2006). It raised several […]Read more "Humans and Chimps: Some Tentative Thoughts"
Many people in our society believe that all books which affirm intelligent design should be disallowed from biology classrooms in public schools. Should we therefore ban Charles Darwin’s The Origin of Species? Whatever later changes his thought underwent, in this book Darwin affirms intelligent design several times. For example, the last sentence of the book […]Read more "Ban Darwin?"