Category Archives: Biblical interpretation
Last week I wrote a 3-part review of Pete Enns’ Evolution of Adam. Many others have been chiming in as well, with reviews all across the spectrum as you might expect, given the nature of the book. Some have labeled … Continue reading
This is the final post of my 3 part review of Peter Enns’ newest book, The Evolution of Adam. I hope that you all are also enjoying other reviews from the tour, which has supported my point that the book’s … Continue reading
I have enjoyed being a part of the Brazog blog tour and reading other bloggers’ reviews of The Evolution of Adam, in particular James McGrath’s posts. It’s very rare that I am reading a book that many others are also reading and blogging … Continue reading
“Attempts to reconcile Genesis and evolution are understandable, but they invariably lead to making some adjustments in the biblical story, and these adjustments always move us away from a strictly literal/historical reading of Genesis toward something else – call it … Continue reading
Friend Pete Enns’ book, The Evolution of Adam, is now out and being promoted with a blog tour. I’m honored to be a part of it, especially when I look at the other bloggers involved. All next week Brazos will … Continue reading
This post is phenomenal. Read it and enjoy responsibly. I would love to discuss it more intimately over here, but make sure to give RJS some props over at the Jesus Creed as well.
Rachel Held Evans, with an EXCELLENT post… Last week Al Mohler, president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, wrote an excellent blog post about intellectual discipleship and the importance of loving God with our minds. I actually agreed with quite … Continue reading