>2. What do you "Old Earthers" teach your children as to
> the meaning of Genesis?
>I am concerned that the creation story does not become
> like the tooth fairy or Santa Claus - when the kids are
> no longer able to believe the lie, we tell them the
I fully agree!
>3. What is Christian Evolution?
>I have read that various Christians think that the bible
> allows for evolution. My simplistic understanding of
> evolution is that natural mutations combined with
> natural selection lead to new species better adapted to
> their environment emerging from old species. A friend
> of mine has a first class honours degree in zoology and
> was fond of making the statement that evolution cannot
> be science because it is not observable and not
> reproducible (he answered this in a final year exam and
> they still gave him a first class honours degree at a
> secular university). Do Christian evolutionists accept
> both the mechanism and the new creation of species, or
> just the creation of new species from old species "by
> the hand of God"? I would be interested to hear
> positions on this.
>4. What books should I read?
>I see Glenn Morton passively advertising his book on his
> signature (and have looked at your home page, Glenn).
> What else is worth reading from a biblical, old earth
Davis Young's Christianity and the Age of the Earth, Hugh
Ross's stuff Finger Print of God (as long as it is limited
to his astronomy and not his anthropology.), Creation and
Time, there is another one I haven't read.
But no one tackles the flood in a coherent way except me.
And most people don't like my view.
Foundation,Fall and Flood