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In Quest of the Historical Adam
January 6, 2022
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The Genealogical Adam and Eve
August 17, 2020
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On Human Mortality
May 15, 2018
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Controversy of the Ages
November 30, 2017
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Confessing Creation with Augustine
August 14, 2017
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Adam and the Genome
June 5, 2017
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Reading Genesis with the Church
April 12, 2017
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RCS: New Testament
January 7, 2015
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The Work of the Lord
October 13, 2014
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In Quest of the Historical Adam
January, 2022

In this work, William Lane Craig parses through the biblical and scientific evidence on the historicity of Adam and Eve. He examines what it might mean for Genesis 1-11 to be "mytho-history."

In Quest of the Historical Adam
Ken Keathley
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Literality, Incredulity, and Hermeneutical Schizophrenia
Hans Madueme
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Exegetical Response: A Cost-Benefit Evaluation
C. John Collins
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Humans, Homo sapiens, and the Image of God
Michael J. Murray
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Human Genomics and Divine Intervention
Leslea J. Hlusko
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Restating the Benefit of My Proposal: A Rejoinder
William Lane Craig
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The Genealogical Adam and Eve
August, 2020

Evolutionary science teaches that humans arose as a population, sharing common ancestors with other animals. The book of Genesis seems to say that all humans descended from Adam and Eve, a couple specially created by God. These two teachings seem contradictory, but is that necessarily so? In the Genalogical Adam and Eve, Swamidass draws upon some well-established but overlooked scientific insights to advance a new proposal on this old conversation.

The Genealogical Adam and Eve:
Introducing the Symposium
Ken Keathley
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Is Adam God's First Image-Bearer?
Andrew Loke
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Let Scripture Speak Clearly
Richard Averbeck
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An Invitation to Reclaim Mystery and Pursue Unity
Anjeanette Roberts
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Which Game? Whose Rules?
Paul Nelson
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Hedges Around His Garden
Marcus Ross
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The Genealogical Adam and Eve: A Rejoinder
S. Joshua Swamidass
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On Human Mortality
May, 2018

Were humans mortal before the fall?

The Enigma of Death: An introduction
Hans Madueme
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Humans Created Mortal, with the Possibility of Eternal Life
J. Richard Middleton
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Irenaeus, Augustine, and Evolutionary Science
Andrew McCoy
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Mortal before the Fall? I Don’t Know, I Don’t Think You Do, and It Doesn’t Matter
C. John Collins
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Death, the Last Enemy
Todd Beall
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Was Adam Created Mortal or Immortal? Getting Beyond the Labels
Joshua Van Ee
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Bearing the Marks of Our Mortality
Gijsbert van den Brink
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Controversy of the Ages
November, 2017

This book examines the way evangelicals handle science-theology conflicts and read Scripture in light thereof. It claims the “battle” between science and theology has been oversimplified and in some arenas misreported.

Introduction to "Controversy of the Ages"
Darrell Bock
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Toward Resolving the Controversy
Hugh Ross
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Mere Creationism
Tim Morris
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The Importance of Beginnings
Paul Garner
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Controversy and Conversation
Jim Stump
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Response to the Symposium
Ted Cabal
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Confessing Creation with Augustine
August, 2017

When we think of Augustine, we tend to think of his emphasis on divine grace, or his high doctrine of the church, or his penetrating insights into the Trinity. But in many ways, the doctrine of creation was at the core of who Augustine was, both as a theologian and as a Christian.

Can the Creation Debates Find Rest in Augustine?
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What We Forget about Creation
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The Missing Virtue in the Creation Debates
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Did Augustine Read Genesis 1 Literally?
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Gavin Ortlund
Adam and the Genome
June, 2017

Prevailing genomic science holds that humans descend from a large population. Is this science to be believed and why? And biblically and theologically, what does this mean for the fate of Adam and Eve? In this Biologos sponsored book, evangelical geneticist Dennis Venema and popular New Testament scholar Scot McKnight combine their expertise to proffer an account of “Adam and the genome.”

Adam and the Genome: Introducing the Symposium
Hans Madueme
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What God Has Joined Together
Darrell Bock
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On Insulin, Orangoutangs, and Adam
Jitse van der Meer
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Wanted: A Plausible, Post-Genomic Biblical Adam and Eve
Elizabeth "Lisa" Sung
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A Genealogical Adam and Eve in Evolution
S. Joshua Swamidass
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If Christ Be Not Raised: Reflections on Methodological Naturalism
Fazale Rana
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Response to the Symposium (Part 1)
Dennis Venema
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Response to the Symposium (Part 2)
Scot McKnight
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Science, Theology, & Charitable Discussion: A Symposium Recap
Thomas H. McCall
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Reading Genesis with the Church
April, 2017

Reading Genesis with the Church
Keith Stanglin
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Irenaeus: Creation & the Father's Two Hands
Anthony Briggman
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Origen: Decoding Genesis
Mark Scott
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Creation & Time in Basil’s Hexaemeron
Andrew Brown
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Augustine, Genesis, & the Goodness of Creation
Bradley Green
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Genesis 2:7 & the Meaning of 'Life' in Cyril of Alexandria's Theology
David Maxwell
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Time, Text, & Creation: The Venerable Bede on Genesis 1
Timothy Furry
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History & the Hexaëmeron
Daniel Wade McClain
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Terms of the Divine Art: Aquinas on Creation
Joshua Lee Harris
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Martin Luther: Student of the Creation
Mickey Mattox
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Creation & the 'Matter' of Scripture: Calvin on Genesis
Rebekah Earnshaw
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RCS: New Testament
January, 2015

God Almighty Becomes All Weakness for Us
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Christ Places Himself under the Law
to Redeem Us from It
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Simeon Received a Great Blessing
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“Let Us Make” Points to God’s Unity and Trinity
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The Foundation of Faith, Opposed by the Heretics
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Christ, the Image of God, and Assurance of Salvation
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Faith Accepts the Mercy of God
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Like the Women, Seek Jesus Early
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The Angels Announce that the Resurrection
Is for Our Benefit
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God Is Present Where Two Are Gathered
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Jesus Criticizes the Disciples for
Failing to Understand
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This Is What Christ Said
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We Must Follow Christ’s Example
in Celebrating His Supper
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Wisdom versus Foolishness: A Battle Christians Cannot Live Without
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Personal Property Is Unnatural
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Reformation Commentary
The Work of the Lord
October, 2014

Achievement: A Theological Exploration
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Defining "Achievement"
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Achievement Is Relative
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Achievement and "Potential"
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In the beginning . . . God achieved
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Made to Achieve
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Achievement Is Messed Up
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Joseph: A Case Study in Achievement (Part 1)
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Joseph: A Case Study in Achievement (Part 2)
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Proverbs: Ordinary Achievement
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Achievement Is Futile
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An Old Testament Round-Up on Achievement
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The Parable of the Talents (1)
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The Parable of the Talents (2)
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Martha & Mary
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Bearing Fruit: Fruitfulness and Achievement in Johannine Perspective
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Achievement as Sons of God
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Achievement and the Cross
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Achievement and Boasting
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Paul and Work
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The Work of the Lord
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The Work of the Lord & Christian Ministry
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Ministry and Your Day Job
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Fan into flame the gift of God
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Igniting the Flame: Implications of God's Gifting
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A New Testament Round-up on Achievement
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The Overachiever
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5 Bad Motivations for Achievement
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An “Achievement Double Standard” in the Church
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Achievement and Church Culture
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Constantine Campbell