Before moving on to Spitzer’s application of physics to belief in God, I believe we need to ask some critical questions of his inferential method. There is no question that Spitzer is properly articulating the basic findings of physics as they regard the “observable” material universe. My question, however, takes significant issue with how much [...]
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Splattered across newspapers, magazines, and, of course, the blogosphere have been the stories of Bruce Waltke and Tremper Logman whose controversial remarks on the Genesis Creation narrative resulted in their resignations from RTS. For his part Waltke stated that Christians should be more open to Science, specifically evolutionary theory, while Longman stated his belief that [...]
John H. Walton. The Lost World of Genesis One: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate. Downers Grove: IVP, 2009. Pp. 192. Christianbook.com/academic $10.99 Book reviews provide many avenues for exploration. Today, examining John H. Walton’s The Lost World of Genesis One, we will be looking at three issues, “concordist” hermeneutics and Genesis 1, the conceptual [...]