For BioLogos (biological evolution is true, and the Bible is too). How do we deal with “creation from nothing”, with the Biblical picture of the “fall” if life came into being through a long process with millions of years of death. How historic are Adam and Eve? If they are not historic persons at the start of humanity, how is sin transmitted from Adam (Romans 5)? Does Jesus suggest that Adam was real? Does the NT say that the creation was relatively quickly arriving from nothing?
For John Walton (The Lost World of Genesis 1), I have many of the same questions. If Genesis 1 is not material origins, where do we get that God created all things? Did he take pre-existing stuff and give it a purpose? Who would have made that stuff? Is there really no “science” in the OT? You state that the water cycle is not known but then there is Ecclesiastes 1:7. Can we confine “death” to human death in Romans 5? What of the pre-hominids?
For the “literal 24/7″ reading, I suggest reading the books by Walton and Collins, as they have many interesting things to say. Don’t read with force fields up and phasers loaded, but to listen to their arguments. Since this debate has gone on for a very long time, we don’t have to solve it in 7/24 hour days.
For the general public, read in “Under God” by Garry Wills on what motivated William Jennings Bryan to oppose the teaching of evolution in the first place.
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