Protein Folds and the Failure of the Neo-Darwinian Mechanism

What does it take to build an animal? Not out of clay, crayons, or macaroni, but a real life, in the flesh, animal. Or, to try to make things a bit easier than starting from scratch, what would it take to turn one animal, with a unique body plan, into another unique animal, by this … Continue reading Protein Folds and the Failure of the Neo-Darwinian Mechanism

Does Old Earth Geology Presuppose Naturalism and Uniformity?

Abstract: This article will look at two common objections leveled against old earth geology by the modern movement known as Young Earth Creationism. It will argue that old earth geology neither presupposes naturalism nor uniformity. It will describe the most problematic presupposition that is a negative factor for both science and faith, which is methodological … Continue reading Does Old Earth Geology Presuppose Naturalism and Uniformity?

An Analogical Interpretation of Genesis 1

When it comes to the many different interpretations of the first chapter of the Bible, well, “I’ve been everywhere man.” Born as a Young Earth Creationist, drifted towards an allegorical mildly evolutionary accommodating poetic understanding, then clung to a Hugh Ross style literalistic Day/Age view, but I never felt satisfied, neither theologically, nor scientifically. Along … Continue reading An Analogical Interpretation of Genesis 1

What is Extended Evolutionary Synthesis? And What Christians Can Learn From It

For many people who have not given significant thought to evolutionary theory there is an all too common assumed understanding that nearly all non-religiously bound scientists believe that the overall theory of Darwinistic Evolution is beyond dispute. This is incorrect. To understand this we need to define what this Darwinistic understanding of evolution entails. Put … Continue reading What is Extended Evolutionary Synthesis? And What Christians Can Learn From It

The Knowledge Problem within a Secular Worldview

C.S. Lewis described his first meeting with one of his early professors, “Knock” Kirkpatrick, in his book Surprised By Joy. Lewis had made a simple comment where he referred to an area as being “wilder” than he expected and unexpectedly Kirk challenged him on that statement. Kirk asked on what grounds could Lewis defend what … Continue reading The Knowledge Problem within a Secular Worldview