Can you be an Orthodox Theist and an Orthodox Darwinist?
Can you believe in God and Darwin at the same time? Is it “anti-science” for people of faith to question Darwinian Theory? Explore these questions and more in the new book God and Evolution edited by Jay Richards.
New Book Explores Darwin’s Challenge to Protestants, Catholics, and Jews
What does it mean to say that God “used evolution” to create the world? Is Darwin’s theory of evolution compatible with belief in God? And even if Darwin’s theory could be reconciled with religious belief, do we need to do so? Is the theory well established scientifically? Is it true? Find out in the new book God and Evolution: Protestants, Catholics, and Jews Explore Darwin’s Challenge to Faith.
The purpose of this anthology of essays is to clear away the fog, the fuzz, and the enigma. Contributing authors to the volume include Jay Richards, co-author of The Privileged Planet: How Our Place in the Cosmos Is Designed for Discovery; Stephen Meyer, author of Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design; William Dembski, author of The Design Revolution; Jonathan Witt, co-author of A Meaningful World: How the Arts and Sciences Reveal the Genius of Nature; Denyse O’Leary, author of By Design, or by Chance?; and David Klinghoffer, author of Shattered Tablets.
God and Evolution is ideal for use in small groups and adult Sunday School classes, and each chapter comes with discussion questions and video clips to facilitate group use. A free discussion/study guide is available for download.
August 24, 2011