Part 3. Reconciling violence among the animal kingdom with the goodness of God’s Creation. It’s not because of sin. Is Predatory Animal Behavior Due to Sin? This is the third and final installment of All things Vile and Vicious. We begin with the summary questions, What do we make of fecundity, predation, and parasitism? How do we reconcile it with …
All things vile and vicious, part 2: fecundity, predation and parasitism
Is Creation suitable for children? Three big words and what they tell us about the world God made.
All Things Vile and Vicious, part 1: finding God’s glory in the horrors of nature
Seeing the freaky aspects of nature as revelatory of aspects of the Creator we are not as familiar with. God as proto-artist.
Do Christian and mainstream science have to look different?
A review of Old-Earth or Evolutionary Creation? Discussing Origins with Reasons to Believe and BioLogos
By Rebekah Mays
Does Genesis 1 Demand Belief in a Young Earth?
by Jeffrey Allen Mays Why this subject matters Much of the debate over the age of the earth takes place in geological terms. Scores of books have been published on the subject, each side holding forth with points about radiometric dating, volcanic activity, fossils, and rock formations. My field is not geology. I am a theologian by training, and Biblical …