> At this year's prayer breakfast at my workplace (NASA Glenn Research
> Center, Cleveland, OH), the guest speaker will be Mark Armstrong, a
> volunteer with the "Reasons to Believe" apologetic ministry. According
> announcement, Mr. Armstrong's presentation is meant to share "how the
> sciences relate to Christianity and encourage us to approach our work
> through the lens of faith". Is anyone at ASA familiar with the "Reasons
> Believe" organization?
> Dale Stalnaker
Reasons to Believe www.reasons.org is lead by Dr. Hugh Ross, Ph.D., an
astrophysicist and also a progressive creationist. His bio is at
http://www.reasons.org/about/staff/ross.html While he accepts the
conventional ages of the creation, He does limit the capabilities of
evolution, by suggesting the God at different periods during Earth's history
intervened by performing specific creative acts. He has a broad definition
of "Kind" whereby "micro-evolution" filled in the gaps.
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