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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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Do Europe and America Believe in
Their Own Gods?
“Whatever white people do not know about Negroes reveals, precisely and inexorably, what they do...
Terence Keel | August 30, 2021
The Contingency of Ideas and the
Moral Value of Science
Terence Keel’s Divine Variations is a striking and provocative work of intellectual archaeology. Keel’s unearthing...
Diarmid A. Finnegan | August 27, 2021
In her book Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination, Toni Morrison notes...
Tite Tiénou | August 25, 2021
We Are the Gods: Modern Science, Human Difference, and the Christian Imagination
One of the least remembered facts of the John Scopes Monkey Trial in 1925, often...
Jules A. Martinez-Olivieri | August 23, 2021
“Made of One Blood”: Eurocentric Monogenism and Equiano’s Interesting Narrative
“But, just as we got a little below Gravesend, we came alongside of a ship...
Eric Michael Washington | August 20, 2021