Re: Concordism and Princeton theology
Eduardo G. Moros (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 26 Sep 97 15:52:12 -0600
>My strong sense is, that concordism can't work for genuinely modern science,
>with its tenet that humankind appeared a long time ago. What CAN work,
>however, and still preserve much of the beauty of traditional concordism, is
>the looser type of concordism outlined above. One can keep the language
>about two books without assuming they tell the same story, only that they
>illuminate one another.
Which is allegorical Roman Catholicism.