Debate over the opening chapters of Genesis has continued for over a century and a half since Charles Darwin advanced his revolutionary ideas. Arguments that once raged between liberals and evangelicals are now mainstream evangelical debates. Was there a historical Adam and Eve? An actual Fall? What about suffering? And how did the New Testament writers, including Lord Jesus himself, treat Genesis? Does theistic evolution enhance our understanding of origins and christian doctrine? Or does it hinder it as some maintain? This book sets out to explore these questions in detail. It assesses the impact of evolutionary thinking in society at large and whether or not theistic evolution is compatible with core Christian doctrines.
“Evolution and the Christian Faith is a must-read for believers who wrongly think that adopting evolutionary theory into their theological and biblical worldview is spiritually neutral.”
—Victor Kuligin D.Th., author, Snubbing God: The High Cost of Rejecting God’s Created Order
“This well-written book is a strong defence of the classical beliefs of Christianity”
—Dr Mart-Jan Paul, Professor of Old Testament in Ede (Netherlands) and Leuven (Belgium)
Author: Phillip Bell