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Continuing with Evolution…

Last week’s Monday Muse discussion on evolution never quite got off the ground though it had a good start. My friend Jordan Marshall got things rolling with an argument for evolution as the best system or theory in relation to scientific research and inquiry. Jordan is a scientist so he has firsthand, working knowledge of the theory of evolution and the natural sciences. I want to continue this discussion again this week in the hopes that it will pick up a little steam. So here’s the question again…

Can a Christian honestly believe in evolution? Is Christianity and evolution compatible?

We’ll continue the discussion at its original location from last week. Carry on.

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The Monday Muse: Evolution

A month or so ago, Annie and I went with our friends Matt and Steph to see the documentary on Intelligent Design called Expelled. I am still planning on sharing a few thoughts from that experience, but it did give me a good Monday Muse question. So here goes…

Can a Christian honestly believe in evolution? Is Christianity and evolution compatible?

I have heard of several Christian scientists (among others) who believe in evolution in some form. The most prominent person I am familiar with who believes in evolution is Alister McGrath (if I am not mistaken on that point). So it seems that people find some compatibility between the two. Can that be possible? Now it’s your turn…