Several millennia ago, Genesis pointed to the very qualities that scientists now recognize as being crucial to our emergence as a species.
With important questions before, us how should we approach origins? Let’s keep working at this with our eyes focused, not on Adam and Eve, but on Jesus.
Bring us your questions about AI in our current moment, or even the meaning of artificial minds. Wonder with us: What does it mean to be human?
Says Darrel Falk, “The creation story is beautiful beyond imagination. However, even more beautiful is the concept of peace-filled science enthusiasts.”
As segregation ended, the great evangelist Billy Graham contemplated the gospel alongside the anthropology of race: “God hath made of one blood.”
An evolutionary biologist confesses that Jesus rose from the dead. The message of the Resurrection was early, persuasive, and transformative.
We are giving Behe a fair hearing, but he faces honest critique from scientists. This is how science works, and it is the best we can do.
A physicist confesses that the electron is round and that Jesus rose from the dead. “My own faith is informed by the evidence, but it is much more.”
I want to affirm again my common ground with Behe. Dialogue is only possible if we keep our common ground in view, and we have much of common ground.
In the journey toward a more gracious and inclusive origins dialogue, perhaps retiring Darwin Day could be a small but worthwhile step that we are all willing to take.
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