Archive | July 3, 2014

Is Christianity a Science Showstopper?

Over at Reasons to Believe, Dr. Fazale Rana has posted this article addressing the question of whether Christianity inhibits scientific advance. It reminds me of an episode of the recent Fox Television series Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, in which host Neil deGrasse Tyson opined that whenever someone appeals to a divine explanation for a natural phenomenon, it […]

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How Much Did the OT Writers Know? (2): The Spectre of Bibliological Eutychianism

Dr. Bill Evans of Erskine College has written a post here regarding a growing theological controversy at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia (actually, it seems that the controversy has already been settled unilaterally). At the heart of this controversy is the question, how much did the human authors of the Old Testament know when they were […]

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