RE: [asa] Question for all the theistic evolutionists

From: Gregory Arago <>
Date: Mon Mar 19 2007 - 11:50:42 EDT

Glenn wrote: "a village rather than a man and a woman"

  Is this not the generally accepted view in (archaeological) anthropology? Are you suggesting, Glenn, that a Christian anthropologist (should) profess 'a man and a woman' rather than 'a village'? Most Adam and Eve-believing Christians would probably agree.
  The statement/charge that, "You 'correct' the Bible and make it a village" (made to George M.), seems to be a significant one. Whether or not the 'reality' of either 'a man and a woman' OR 'a village' can be left open to doubt, for example, if a person doesn't make the first chapters of Genesis as the edifice upon which their entire theology is built, remains a point in George's favour. I don't suppose a physicist/theologian would wish to profess on this issue giving an appearance of certainty unless they were a biblical literalist, which George is obviously (thankfully) not.
  I would ask Glenn 'what empirical evidence' he might use to contradict the vast majority of (archaeological) anthropologists who accept the 'village theory,' but I do not wish to pander to his use of neo-empiricism. So I won't ask him. This social scientist combines empirical and non-empirical indicators, which Glenn claims doesn't do the trick.

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