Re: [asa] RE: TE and apologetics

From: David Clounch <>
Date: Fri Sep 18 2009 - 12:02:47 EDT

> As far as rejecting the resurrection, I have given this some thought and I
> don't think I am willing to go there now nor do I foresee myself as ever
> being able to or hopefully ever having the desire to. Even in spite of the
> fact of that I have had to let go of a lot of my preconceived
> interventionist and miraculous events of the Bible, i.e. special creation
> and the global flood, I still believe the essence of Christianity is a
> supernatural God who actively intervenes in the world and in the lives of
> men and confirms His true spoken word with signs and wonders. Further I
> believe this is still His intention and His desire and the ongoing way in
> which He reveals Himself today. So since I accept the fundamental premise of
> God being a supernatural God even today, do I have a problem with the
> resurrection? Not at all. Can I prove it? No but I don't need to or try to.
> I am willing to accept it by faith. The virgin birth is another similar
> example but my response
> is the same.


> but I think I would have to draw the line at the virgin birth and the
> resurrection.
> John
> Thats fantastic. Because its pretty core.
So, if the first advent isn't incongruent with evolution what about the
second advent and the coming general resurrection?

Has anyone written a TE systematic theology that incorporates evolution and
the first and second advents and the coming general resurrection? How does
evolution explain prophecy? Etc.Etc. A full systematic theology would
address these kinds of issues. Does it exist?

Thanks Ahead,
Dave C

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