Genesis 1 – and a few more questions I forgot

How do we understand how B. B. Warfield, the Princetonian father of Inerrancy as we now understand the concept was favorable towards the idea of biological evolution?  If not favorable, he was not opposed to it.

Can we avoid “concordism” as Walton suggests? (i.e. the effort to align the scriptures with contemporary science.)  At some point we have to connect scripture to history, when and how?

Is the “fine turned for life” argument really gaining traction in the sciences?  (Discussed by Collins in “Language of God”, Keller in “Reason for God” and Giberson in “Language of Science and Faith”  see )


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