Tag: Dialogue

A Fair Hearing for Behe

We are giving Behe a fair hearing, but he faces honest critique from scientists. This is how science works, and it is the best we can do.

I Agree With Behe

I want to affirm again my common ground with Behe. Dialogue is only possible if we keep our common ground in view, and we have much of common ground.

Retire Darwin Day?

In the journey toward a more gracious and inclusive origins dialogue, perhaps retiring Darwin Day could be a small but worthwhile step that we are all willing to take.

So Much to Discuss

13 articles from the Intelligent Design movement directed at Peaceful Science in just 2 months. We have so much to discuss.

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The Perils of Digital Dialogue

In the conversation between theology and science, digital dialogue is important, but comes with perils. Maybe DOIs could help us do better.

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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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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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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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.