Re: [asa] Question for all the theistic evolutionists

From: Dave Wallace <>
Date: Tue Feb 27 2007 - 16:03:46 EST

Michael Roberts wrote:

> "Debating" on the internet is as time consuming as writing papers etc
> and few read what you write.

Have just finished reading "Finding Darwin's God" and am part way
through "Perspectives on an Evolving Creation". I have found both of
them very helpful and would like to take this opportunity to thank
everyone on this list who did articles for Perspectives. Both books
probably are mainly useful for someone looking for an alternative or
clarification to their current understanding or to demonstrate that not
all Christians are YEC etc. If that kind of material were available on
the web, it might make debating on the internet less time consuming,
sort of like Glenn has on his site.

IMO people on this list could deal with:
-Science and Christianity issues
-Science implies atheism
-How does evolution and Genesis be understood
Admittedly the above kinds of issues are often a big part of the issue
for some people, however the whole person needs to be addressed and that
seems to be more part of the Christian Philosopher's and or Theologian's
expertise. If someone rejects God because they don't want a higher
moral authority, then science discussion does little good.

Dave W

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