An Old Earther on Peaceful Science

Mark M. Moore is an Old Earth Creationist (OEC), and has been an active participant on the Peaceful Science forums. He recently became one of our moderators.  Of note, Mark wrote an important book, Early Genesis, on Genesis 1-11, where he independently comes to a reading of Genesis 1 and 2 which describes a population…
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Cancer and Evolution: tumor with blood vessels which it evolved to grow.

Cancer and Evolution

This important article was written after my first Nature Genetics paper. It was original published at elsewhere in January 2017, where it had become one of the most viewed forum topics. Since then, this contribution has highlighted cancer as one of the Icons of Evolution, and its true. Cancer is only possible because life evolves. Cancer biology…
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Launching Our Forum

Peaceful Science does not fit into any of the existing “camps” in origins. We want to find common ground for everyone who wants to find a Christ-centered and non-confrontational relationship with mainstream science. We hope to serve the Church with an accurate account of science, a high view of Scripture, and a genuine bid for peace.…
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Peace Be With You

Almost two thousand years ago, God made Himself known to all people. In this event, a good God reorders the entire world. He announced Himself to us by raising this man in 1st century Palestine, Jesus, from the dead. He died, was buried, but rose from the dead three days later, leaving an empty tomb and…
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Reworking the Science of Adam

This last year, 2017 till now, we have been reworking the science of Adam. This brings us several new ways to think about Adam and Eve in human origins. This is significant in the conversation between science and the Christian faith, as two fairly large scientific errors have been corrected.  In all these cases, it…
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Todd Cade’s Confession of Hope

I, William Todd Cade, make a confession. I am a confessing scientist: a scientist in the Church and a Christian in science, serving the common good with a truthful account of what I have seen.

Evolution and the Problem of Evil

These arguments against theism and evolution, however, are not sensible arguments against a Jesus-grounded faith. That suffering might move us from good to perfect, however, is entirely expected in light of the God we find by Him.

The Same Gospel

This same Gospel echoes through thousands of years of Jewish and Christian thought and experience.

The Confessing Scientist

For many years, I often wondered how an encounter with Jesus could change the Creation War. As my contemplation deepened, I wrote and lectured often on how Jesus is fundamentally reordering my view of world. This reordering grew my discomfort with the term theistic evolutionist. I continue to affirm evolutionary science, as most scientists do,…
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