This work is an attempt to enlist creationists in a serious study of the actual characteristics of the earth's sedimentary strata.
Creationist organizations are emphasizing some important truths about creation, but they have neglected the data of earth-science research...
In this carefully documented book the author encourages evangelical Christians to take an interest in the real data of earth science...
The writings of Robert Boyle advance the thesis that Christianity in seventeenth- century England advocated and facilitated scientific development.
The criticisms concerned relate to the use made of modern physics, the engagement with postmodernism, an evangelical perspective on theology, and fidelity to the thought of T. Since some arguments to this effect have been based on scientific knowledge of the world, it is important to develop an understanding of atonement that makes contact with the modern science-theology dialogue.
In this article,that is done as part of the chiasmic cosmology program in which the universe is seen in the context of a theology of the cross.
I believe that this fundamental change can be ascribed to the influence of theology.
The second major section shows how two-register cosmology informs and shapes the treatment of both the space and time dimensions in the Genesis prologue.
The point of the concluding section is that Genesis 1, on any view that identifies the narrative order with the temporal sequence, would contradict the teaching of Gen.
2:5 concerning the natural mode of providence during the creation process.
These predictions may be tested by observations from the fossil record.
Biblical literalism often is blamed when conservative Christians find themselves unable to cope with certain realities of this world and its encompassing universe, specifically, in respect to the great age of our surroundingsaround 15 billion years for the universe and about 4.6 billion years for our global habitat.
As a scientist and theologian, he rejected the popular view that the Bible was a scientific textbook and yet believed in the absolute harmony between scientific statements in the Bible and experimental science.