If politics applies truth to arrive at policies, and if science is a way of discovering truth, then the two will inevitably be intertwined.
[T]he material on climate science is important and worth framing in a broader context, and obviously Otto is correct that evangelicals question evolutionary biology in large numbers, but I’m not persuaded that Otto is as engaged with the the religious topics to make such strong assertions about religion.
Perhaps God expresses his intentions in this relational fashion. This is a very different paradigm than God-as-artist, where he directly selects every detail of the final product.
This week, I want to highlight some of the scientific topics [BioLogos’ Evolution & Christian Faith conference]. I had a hard time choosing, especially since these recordings allowed me to catch up with talks I wasn’t able to attend in person.
When you think about evolution, do you immediately picture predators and prey?