Camel Chews Miracle Tree

The article's name references Potiphar the Camel, Garvey's alter ego, a ruminant (chewer) of ideas.

Camel Chews Miracle Tree

Jon Garvey is an independent researcher in biblical creation doctrine at The Hump of the Camel. The editor of God's Good Earth, he is motivated by Evangelical, Reformed and Classical Theist perspectives. The complete versi...

A Lutheran’s Artistic Tree

A Lutheran’s Artistic Tree

Tim Saleska is a professor at Concordia Seminary in Saint Louis where he teaches exegesis of biblical poetry, specifically the book of Psalms. He is especially interested in how Christians read and meditate on the Psalms a...

More Than Just Apes

More Than Just Apes

This article is directed at scientists and religious leaders that want to non-combatively, creatively and productively engage with mainstream science. Curious and honest questions are welcome. Those that want to debate the...

The 100 Year Old Tree

The 100 Year Old Tree

I recently published an article that posed a question to theologians, inspired by what I have seen in science. I am still hoping for a response. I am still curious about the theology. To be clear, this is not a forum for s...

Evidence and Evolution

Evidence and Evolution

This article is directed at religious leaders that hope to engage with mainstream science in a non-combative, creative and productive way. The controversy over science in this article is considered elsewhere, but my real i...