"...the special nature that Christian theology ascribes to humanity is in direct contradiction to a Darwinian understanding that makes no distinction between any organisms, each one being necessarily best adapted for their particular environment. The second obstacle is reconciling the concept of a benevolent God with one who purposefully chooses to use suffering and death as the means of evolving life. These are not inconsequential questions and any Christian who embraces evolution must be able to posit intelligent answers if their position is to be considered credible."
Preface: A twenty-first century challenge
1. Evolution and the Church
2. The language of Genesis
3. Adam and Eve
4. The fall and death
5. Creation, redemption and eschatology
6. The nature and character of God
7. Faith and creation
R. T. Kendall
8. Towards a science worthy of creatures in imago Dei
9. Interpretation of scientific evidence
B. The nature of the fossil record
C. Chromosomal fusion and common ancestry
D. Information and thermodynamics
10. Does the genome provide evidence for common ancestry?
11. The origin of life: scientists play dice
Conclusion: Should Christians embrace evolution?
Phil Hills and Norman Nevin
Book Price: £9.99
Paperback 192 pages
Norman C. Nevin
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