This is the fourth in a series of blog posts concerned with Christian questions about evolution. One of the biggest dilemmasÂ is what to do about Adam and Eve.
- Were they real people?
- How were they created?
- Was Adam the father of all mankind?
- What about the story in Genesis 3 of the fall of Adam and Eve and consequently all of mankind into sin?
- Do the creation stories in Genesis communicate real, historical events or are they myths that God is using to communicate timeless truths?
These are the concerns I want to address in this and my next post.
Two book model of revelation
In my first post in the Christianity and scienceÂ series I talked about dealing with the tension between science and the Bible. The Bible teaches that God reveals himself to man in two ways. One is through scripture (the Bible) and the other is through what we observe in nature (using science). This is perhaps best seen in Psalm 19 and in Romans 1:20. [Read more…] about What about Adam and Eve? Part 1