Jon Garvey is the author/editor of God’s Good Earth, a thoughtful consideration of the theology of creation in context of evolution. He runs The Hump of the Camel, a community of bloggers chewing over theology, philosophy and science. The blog’s name references Potiphar the Camel, Garvey’s alter ego, a ruminant (chewer) of ideas.
It is difficult to classify every way of understanding Adam and Eve alongside evolution. These four questions are a helpful starting point. Adam and Eve The Genealogical Adam and Eve Theology
Most new ideas turn out to be old ideas whose time has come, or even ideas that have returned after a long absence. The Genealogical Adam’s time has come. Adam and Eve Theology
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 version of his response can be found on his blog. In Dr Swamidass' fable of the 100 year old tree, truth is not […] 100-year-tree Evolution Theology