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- Bonhoeffer and BioLogos : May 31, 2016
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- The PostBarthian is featured at BioLogos! : April 11, 2016
The PostBarthian is now featured at BioLogos! Click here to read my current article at BioLogos: Karl Barth says Yes to Creation and Evolution. Don't miss it! And, be sure to read the comments.
- Dietrich Bonhoeffer on the Days of Creation : June 30, 2014
Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Creation and Fall; Temptation: Two Biblical Studies is short and refreshing commentary on Genesis 1-3. Karl Barth’s majestic commentary on these same chapters in the Church Dogmatics III/1 was a complete paradigm shift for how I understood the Doctrine of Creation. However, Barth is far too technical for my friends and […]
- B.B. Warfield on how Calvin’s Doctrine of Creation is an Evolutionary One : January 28, 2014
B.B. Warfield is famous for his endorsement of Evolution from within the Reformed Church Tradition, and his ability to distinguish the agnosticism of Charles Darwin from Darwin’s work as a Naturalist. All of Warfield’s writings on Evolution have been assembled in an extremely helpful book edited by Mark A. Noll […]
- Calvin on Genesis 1 as an Accommodation to the Ordinary Custom of Men : January 27, 2014
How are we to understand the two famous Creation narratives in Genesis 1-2, considering the scientific knowledge we have of the cosmos today? If we were to read Genesis 1-2 as a straight forward scientific account, we’d come to conclude that the Sun is the greatest luminary in the […]
- Emil Brunner and Alister McGrath on the Doctrine of Creation : January 22, 2014
Should Genesis 1-2 be used to define our Doctrine of Creation? Alister E. McGrath’s excellent three volume study on the relationship between Theology and Natural Science contained an excellent quote demonstrating that beginning with the first two chapters of the Bible, due to it’s prime real estate location in the […]
- Abraham Kuyper and Karl Barth on Creation as Revelation : June 10, 2013
In Judeo-Christian history of thought, there’s always been core belief that God is creator, and that the world has not always existed but was creation by God in the beginning. (Hebrews 11:3 By faith we understand that the universe was created by the word of God, so that what is seen […]