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Evolution and the Fall What Does It Mean For The Christian Doctrine Of The Fall If There Was No Historical Adam If Humanity Emerged From Nonhuman Primates As Genetic, Biological, And Archaeological Evidence Seems To Suggest Then What Are The Implications For A Christian Understanding Of Human Origins, Including The Origin Of Sin Evolution And The Fall Gathers A Multidisciplinary, Ecumenical Team Of Scholars To Address These Difficult Questions And Others Like Them From The Perspectives Of Biology, Theology, History, Scripture, Philosophy, And PoliticsCONTRIBUTORS William T Cavanaugh Celia Deane Drummond Darrel R Falk Joel B Green Michael Gulker Peter Harrison J Richard Middleton Aaron Riches James K A Smith Brent Waters Norman Wirzba


10 thoughts on “Evolution and the Fall

  1. says:

    Um dos melhores livros que li nos ltimos anos.O livro explora diversas facetas da quest o de como a ci ncia evolutiva impacta as doutrinas cl ssicas da Queda e do Pecado Original.Cada cap tulo escrito p


  2. says:

    I wanted so much to love this book I have a lot of respect for the Colossian Forum, assembling a group philosophers to write on the doctrine of the fall in light of evolution science From the outset, the authors


  3. says:

    This is one of those books that might have come off better if they didn t claim a specific focus The editors describe this book as an interdisciplinary look at how the doctrines of the fall and original sin are impacted if


  4. says:

    A thoroughly interesting book for those wanting talking points on the conversation between evolution, the fall, and Christianity At times, I forgot the driving factor behind the book was the conversation between evolution and Chris


  5. says:

    A smorgasbord of essays from various authors touching on subjects of Bible interpretation, original sin and evolution, and advice on approaching the whole subject humbly The prologue and the final essay were, in my opinion, the best pieces If


  6. says:

    The chapter by Middleton which reads the story of the fall attentive to evolution is excellent and precisely what we need of strong exegesis and orthodox theology with an appreciation of what scientific knowledge may add to the story I highly recommen


  7. says:

    The introduction, Chapter 1 Discussing the evidence for evolution , and James K.A Smiths essay are worth the price of the book Those sections are very well done Those essays provide the best discussions of the topic set out at the start of the book Some of the o


  8. says:

    As an anthology of essays, the writing is uneven By the time I got to the end, I wasn t sure what the goal of the book was On the way there, my thinking was challenged and I was brought up to date on some of the findings of the scientific community regarding the origin of


  9. says:

    Some very strong individual essays here I most enjoyed the introduction, as well as the offerings of Riches, Wirzba, and Harrison but as a collection Evolution and the Fall struggles to create much continuity with the ideas it presents.


  10. says:

    The book is alright, but most essays in the book fail to address the question at hand Instead, they follow a million rabbit trails tangential to the question.


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