"For since the creation of the world HIs invisible
attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things
that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that
they are without excuse"
From the perspective of Paleyian natural theology it would
seem easy to reconcile the apparent meaning of this verse,
but from the perspective of "theistic naturalism" it would
apear to be more difficult. Unless of course i am missing
something entirely in the current discussion on the theology
behind Intelligent design and Theistic evolutionary
Rom 1:20 also cause me to intellectually struggle over the
issue of what happens to those who haven't heard the Gospel?
I am particularly interested in how one reconciles this
verse epistemologically if one holds to a Theistic
evolutionary view and also missiologically as mentioned.