This is an outline. It starts with all the possibilities for theism and then narrows down to Christianity.
It’s a 1,556 word outline that, of course, doesn’t read like fluid prose but is helpful for thought and study.
via A Case for Christian Theism | THINKAPOLOGETICS.COM.
HT: @jwarnerwallace (Cold Case Christianity)
Doug Wilson gives three reasons why not even theistic evolution can’t be true. The first is the scriptural account (4 min read; 976 words).
via Pink Entropy | Blog & Mablog.
Gary Habermas gives his lecture in January 2014 on resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead (1:06:55 video)
via VIDEO: CASE FOR THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS – because it’s true.
This is an 11:46 video on the subject of how Genesis speaks about creation. It includes Alistair McGrath, John Walton, John Polkinghorne, Peter Enns, and N. T. Wright.
They are advancing a non-literalistic interpretation of the creation narrative, and they say things helpful to appreciating the cultural context in which Moses wrote. Their point is, and it’s a good one, that the Bible is not trying to teach us science. Nevertheless, the video is not that helpful when it comes to discussing the elephant in the room, which is, of course, evolution and whether or not it can be reconciled with entirety of the Bible.
via Science and Genesis | Hope’s Reason.
Berlinski is not a Christian; he’s an agnostic. However, that actually makes his skewering of scientific pretensions all the more effective. Theism has been practically driven out of science as it is being driven out of every other corner of the public sphere. Only individual faith will keep it in.
via Have fun with agnostic mathematician David Berlinski, deflating scientism | Uncommon Descent.
This list was written by Casey Luskin. All the issues he identifies are scientific in nature. That is, he’s not objecting to evolution on the basis of the Bible, but rather on the basis of science.
via What Are the Top Ten Problems with Darwinian Evolution? – Evolution News & Views.