God And Evolution: A Faith-based Perspective by David WilcoxGod And Evolution: A Faith-based Perspective by David Wilcox

God And Evolution: A Faith-based Perspective

byDavid Wilcox

Paperback | November 30, 2004

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A biology professor at a Christian university, Wilcox is committed to a strong biblical faith and to faithful, responsible science. He maintains that there can be no conflict between Scripture and the natural world because God is the author of both. The contentious debate over evolution is a result of a failure to recognize and respect the boundaries of science and also the boundaries of theology. The author address such topics as the age of the earth and the origins of life, including human life, exploring from a scientist's perspective what we know and how we know it. His objective is to help readers reach a point in their faith where they don't have to choose between God and science, but where they can embrace science as a part of the divine plan.
Title:God And Evolution: A Faith-based PerspectiveFormat:PaperbackDimensions:114 pages, 8.64 × 5.56 × 0.43 inPublished:November 30, 2004Publisher:Judson PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0817014748

ISBN - 13:9780817014742

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"In colleges and universities across the nation, including Christian institutions, what students encounter in biology class with regard to the ideas, theories, and facts associated with evolution is very different from what they learned in Sunday school. The experience can be disorienting. Many are convinced that science is attempting to dethrone the Creator God and to install Nature on God's throne. The good news is that I am convinced there is a point of resolution. There is a way for God to be both our God--the God of the Bible and the God of Christian faith--and the God of so-called cave men and dinosaurs. Part of the purpose of this book is to present and defend this position--to suggest new ways of looking at old things, to offer a perspective of faith that does not ignore facts or compromise scientific integrity."