Tag: Adam and Eve

The Time Comes For Genealogy

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.

Three Stories on Adam

Three different stories of Adam and Eve might be consistent with the genetic evidence. It returns us to the Grand Questions of Origins. We all should care.

Assessing the Ross-Rana Model

Reasons to Believe (RTB) is among the most important organizations in the origins conversation. It is led by a wise leader, whom I deeply respect, Dr. Hugh Ross. I had the privilege of sharing the stage with him this last January, asking Are Humans Special? Recently, I invited Dr. Fazale Rana from RTB into dialogue about…
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An Invitation to Dr. Fazale Rana

This letter was just posted to Dr. Rana’s facebook page, and lightly edited here. On Facebook, a Reasons to Believe supporter asked Dr. Rana to engage my work on population genetics, and Dr. Rana refused.  Dr. Fazale Rana (of Reasons to Believe), I would like to warmly invite you to dialogue on the article you…
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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.

A Genealogical Rapprochement on Adam?

A genealogical Adam will not solve the puzzle of Adam and Eve for everyone, but it will for many. Is a rapprochement possible?

In Defense of Tim Keller

Instead of narrowly arguing for our own theology, let us all advocate for truthful accounts of science and the full diversity of the Church. Peace.

Reviewing Adam and the Genome

I depart from Adam and the Genome’s main thesis. Critical information was let of out of this book about genealogical science.

The Overlooked Science of Genealogical Ancestry

The theological questions about evolution arise from genealogies, not genetics. Instead of rethinking Adam, perhaps we should rethink the debate?

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