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Adam and the Genome: Introducing the Symposium
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you know that evangelicals are...
About the Creation Project
The Creation Project is a three year initiative designed to nurture evangelical engagement with the doctrine of creation in all of its historical, theological, and scientific complexity.
Throughout the initiative Sapientia will host an ongoing conversation that provides up-to-date, expert, theological reflection on the pressing issues facing evangelicals within the doctrine of creation, and at the intersection of contemporary science and theology.
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Did Augustine Read Genesis 1 Literally?
Different views on creation in the church today are often summarized in terms of whether...
Gavin Ortlund | September 4, 2017
The Missing Virtue in the Creation Debates
From conversion to death, Augustine was captivated by Genesis 1–3. He kept writing and re-writing...
Gavin Ortlund | August 28, 2017
2017–18 Henry Center Calendar of Events
Classical Christian creeds begin with a confession about the doctrine of creation, declaring that God...
Henry Center | August 22, 2017
What We Forget about Creation
Sometimes Christians treat Genesis 1-3 as a kind of prolegomenon to the biblical narrative. These...
Gavin Ortlund | August 21, 2017
Can the Creation Debates Find Rest in Augustine?
Imagine a young man in his late teen years. He has recently moved to the...
Gavin Ortlund | August 14, 2017