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What Became of the Genetic Challenge to Adam and Eve?

Does genetics challenge a single-couple origin to humanity? William Lane Craig explains how we found that this challenge was an illusion.

Gavin Ortlund: Which Hills to Die On?

Gavin Ortlund’s new book, Finding the Right Hills to Die On, advocates for prioritizing which theological concerns are most important when engaging science.

Brian Godawa’s Midrash on Human Origins

In his series of novels, Brian Godawa joins the ancient midrash tradition of imaginatively retelling human origins through the lens of Genesis.

Art & Ancestry: The Ancestral Shadow

David Rygiol responds with art: Most of our ancestors leave us no genes at all – they are genetic ghosts in our past, looming like a shadow.

Art & Ancestry: Repairing the Fracture

David Rygiol responds with art: “I grew up in a fractured world, and the fracture grew into me, challenging, unsettling my identity.”

Peaceful Science

Our Mission and Values

We fill a unique role in the conversation. Our values will be made more concrete as we align our organization, community, blog, and forum to this mission.

Response to Madueme: Are People Outside the Garden Ruled Out?

Madeume’s objections do not challenge Swamidass’ key thesis: a traditional, literal reading of Scripture does not rule out people outside the Garden.

Gregg Davidson: The Resurrection, With a Little Help from Richard Dawkins

For Geologist Gregg Davidson, the words of Richard Dawkins were a gift from God, helping solidify his confidence in the Resurrection.

A Round of Written Interviews

A readers guide to the written interviews about the The Genealogical Adam and Eve: Christianity Today, Paul Louis Metzger, Sean McDowell, and Duke Divinity.

Implicated vs. Incidental: Relevance Theory and The Meaning of Genesis

John W. Hilber explains how Relevance Theory clarifies the meaning of text, by clarifying what is implicated vs. incidental to the message.