If evolution is true, then the Bible’s account of the creation of the first man, Adam (Genesis 1:26–27; 2:18–24), would be, at best, a story meant to teach a moral lesson but not intended ...
In Catholics and Evolution | New Advent, it seems a case might be made for theistic evolution. The question is what is the scholarly - as opposed to personal opinion - biblical argument against ...
What is the Theistic Evolutionist's interpretation of these passages which seem to indicate that Eve was the first mother, and therefore the mother of all humanity? Genesis 3:20 ESV The man called ...
A common mantra among Christians is that we have unity in "essentials" and in none-essentials tolerance. Opinions over what qualify as essentials and not, very themselves, but hopefully the one ...
In Genesis there is the genealogy of Adam to Noah, then the account of the flood. After that is the genealogy of Noah to Abraham. The accounts of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Jacob's sons then follow. ...
According to theistic evolutionists, at what point did humans evolve enough to be considered special to God?
Disclaimer - Even though my personal views are well-established, I'd like to point out that I am not out to make a point with this question, and I am absolutely not out to establish whether any ...
Theistic evolution holds that God used evolution to create mankind. It seems to follow then that this view must also hold the creation account in Genesis to be unhistorical. So, Adam and Eve may ...