January 27, 2011

Unifying Science and Christianity

Loren Wilkinson, BioLogos Forum


BioLogos

In the first part of this series I suggested that Coyne and MacDonald were probably justified in their criticisms of Denis Alexander’s Homo divinus model (which posits that Adam and Eve were historical figures chosen out of a population of Neolithic farmers somewhere in the Middle East to be the bearers of divine image). At the same...

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