Can a person believe in both God and Darwinian evolution?

The term for a person who believes in fully naturalistic evolution but who also believes in God is “theistic evolutionist”. Terrell Clemmons takes a look at one organization of theistic evolutionists “Biologos”, and makes a distinction between their public statements and the real implications of their public statements. Here is the PR / spin definition of … Continue reading Can a person believe in both God and Darwinian evolution?

Are the Galapagos finch beaks evidence of Darwinian evolution?

Jonathan Wells has an article about it at Evolution News. It says: When Charles Darwin visited the Galápagos Islands in 1835, he collected specimens of the local wildlife. These included some finches that he threw into bags, many of them mislabeled. Although the Galápagos finches had little impact on Darwin’s thinking (he doesn’t even mention … Continue reading Are the Galapagos finch beaks evidence of Darwinian evolution?

Can a person believe in both God and Darwinian evolution?

The term for a person who believes in fully naturalistic evolution but who also believes in God is “theistic evolutionist”. Terrell Clemmons takes a look at one organization of theistic evolutionists “Biologos”, and makes a distinction between their public statements and the real implications of their public statements. Here is the PR / spin definition of … Continue reading Can a person believe in both God and Darwinian evolution?

Sean McDowell reviews new book on Darwinian evolution and intelligent design

I really love the two books on intelligent design written by Dr. Stephen C. Meyer, but they are just so big that you can’t really give them to a co-worker or a family member or a friend to read. I’ve been looking for a decent book that explains the issues in a compelling way, and … Continue reading Sean McDowell reviews new book on Darwinian evolution and intelligent design

Is belief in a Creator / Designer compatible with belief in Darwinian evolution?

What should we make of theistic evolutionists telling us that you can believe in God, while still knowing that matter, law and chance fully explain the development of all of biological life? Consider this quotation from Phillip E. Johnson. Quote: The National Academy’s way of dealing with the religious implications of evolution is akin to … Continue reading Is belief in a Creator / Designer compatible with belief in Darwinian evolution?