Category: Christian Darwinism

Unlucky thirteen? Last year “terrible” for evolution, says Karl Giberson

No, really. To listen to Giberson (author of Saving Darwin), this has been the worst year for “evolution” since the dinosaurs caught themselves an asteroid. more

God of the gaps arguments: What is and what ain’t

At Truthquest, biophysicist Kirk Durston offers two examples of arguments, one of which is an actual God-of-the-gaps argument and one is not: more

Is this book about theistic evolution or is it an atheist scam?

The giveaway is in the author bios (also, observe the facial expressions) … more

Ethicist Wesley J. Smith accuses theistic evolutionist Francis Collins of copping out

One obvious problem is that “thoughtful ethical decision-making” could lead in almost any direction. It has for Collins.

Why theistic evolution is incoherent

Laszlo Bencze: The whole point of being a theistic evolutionist is to be good buddies with the smart guys of the world, the evolutionists; yet, to keep a toe in the belief system they grew up with and towards which they retain warm and fuzzy feelings. more

Is apologist William Lane Craig a follower of Darwin?

Or is there some misunderstanding? And why now, for crying out loud, when even atheists are checking out at various points? more

VIDEO: Jon Rittenhouse’s BB ST 450 course lecture on Scientism

Ran across this Biola video lecture (in course BB ST 450) on scientism in a thread from a few months back, HT BA77 as usual. I think it is well worth pondering: embedded by Embedded VideoYouTube Direkt So, thoughts? END more

The real C. S. Lewis on “Creative Evolution”

Devil: “Hence the encouragement we have given to all those schemes of thought such as Creative Evolution, Scientific Humanism, or Communism, which fix men’s affections on the Future,” more

Making CS Lewis sound more like he is in Darwin’s camp

In short, Lewis means everyone knows about “Evolution” the way everyone knows about the multiverse, … second hand smoke, and Schroedinger’s cat. Half or more of all this is nonsense. Which? more

Why the Christian Darwinism of BioLogos is, well, just incomprehensible

Rosenberg, Sommers: We must respond to Dennett’s final question “Does Darwin’s idea turn out to be, in the end, just what we need in our attempt to preserve . . . the values we cherish?” with a simple “no.” more

William Lane Craig calls Michael Behe a theistic evolutionist

And better known than genome mapper Francis Collins. more

H. C. Felder interviews Bill Dembski on design

Again, the comments will heat your home in January. more

Here’s one bad reason for rejecting ID …

There is no religious argument against ID based on imperfection if your starting point is the Jewish or Christian religion. more

If you find Darwin’s God at your church, show him the door politely, will you?

Could any Darwinist, Christian or otherwise, afford a sneer-free investigation of the facts at this time? more

Why “theistic evolution” should properly be called Christian Darwinism

The element in theories about evolution that is not compatible with Christianity IS Darwinism, which they defend. more

Poll: Atheists 15% – God involved 78%

Gallup has updated their origins survey: Which of the following statements comes closest to your views on the origin and development of human beings? 1) Human beings have developed over millions of years from less advanced forms of life, but God guided this process, 2) Human beings have developed over millions of years from less […] more

“Adam never existed” theologian responds to critics

Since Enns thinks that his critics really need Adam to exist, does he grasp the centrality of the fact that he himself really needs him not to? more

You can be a stupid Darwinist, and make it work, but you can’t be a stupid ID theorist and make it work

The big question is, why are Christians paying for Christian Darwinism. Thoughts? more

Christianity Today profiles BioLogian and young Earth creationist together

Neither Falk nor Wood have much use for design theory. So they will have something to talk about. more

Barry, it seems like the smart atheists are MOSTLY dumping Darwin now …

Christian Darwinists may be people who make bad investments generally. In, for example, “anything goes” theologies. Congregation-wise, everybody goes. Elsewhere. more

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