David [Dark] exposes that we assume names or labels can ‘take care’ of others. Names or labels can ‘solve’ mysteries, neutralize critics, and of course get us somewhere we want to go faster, hence the shortcut.
At the same time, the notion that there was a first Homo sapiens ultimately doesn’t work. If we followed humanity backwards in time, there would be no obvious place to draw a line between H. sapiens and earlier hominins.
ESN Writer Mark Hansard interviews John Walton, author of The Lost World of Adam and Eve.
David Naugle continues his series: what the Fall tells us about re-integrating faith and learning.