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Christians and Evolution: Christian Scholars Change Their Mind

by R. J. Berry

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0857215248, Paperback)

Christian scientists and theologians explain their views on evolution

The debate surrounding creation and evolution divides Christians, particularly evangelicals. It has been a stumbling block for young believers and a point of attack for the new Atheists.

Professor R. J. Berry assembles a wide range of distinguished contributors, all convinced, committed, and orthodox Christian believers, each of whom has undertaken a conceptual journey, based on sound science and careful theology, from a creationist position to one in which God’s creation and the processes of evolution are properly and credibly integrated.

Christians and Evolution is a luminous volume that offers a pathway for doubters, skeptics, and conservative Christians to embrace the overall scientific consensus of the evolutionary approach, while holding solidly and without reservation to the doctrines of God’s creation and God’s omnipotence. This text is a must-read for anyone interested in the creation versus evolution debate.

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