Approaching Evolution


by
John Lennox May 28, 2011


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2011

ABSTRACT:

How should Christian educators approach the topic of evolution? With brilliant evangelical believers on both sides of the issue, what is at stake in the discussion? what is the role of intelligent design? Is there an alternative scientific model for the origin of biological complexity besides natural selection? Where are the 'good gaps'? Is the model of faith and science given by the Biologos group a Biblical and philosophically trustworthy one or are there hidden pitfalls? Are Biologos' apprehensions regarding intelligent design valid or overblown? How should our Christian philosophy of science impact the answer to these questions?


TAGS:

Christianity Educators Evolution Philosphy


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