Category Archives: Evolution

Wherein we examine the evidence and the arguments concerning the theory of evolution.

Richard Dawkins on Sexual Reproduction

So the other day I was reading around on the Internet and I found this amazing exchange: OK, so this is probably not as scintillating a question as the topic heading suggests. I’ve heard a few biologists – Prof. Dawkins … Continue reading

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Plasticity and Evolution

As I have shared previously, after many years of arguing with evolutionists I became a theistic evolutionists a while back.  As surprising as this may seem, the reasons were primarily theological.  In my view, God’s primary purpose in our lives … Continue reading

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Human Evolution, Adam and Original Sin

As I have discussed in another essay, some believers seem to believe that the fall of man was a super-cosmic event.  God’s wrath at Adam’s disobedience caused Him to supernaturally change lions from vegetarians to predators, to pummel the various … Continue reading

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Evolution as a Guided Process: The Primary Argument

In a previous post, I asserted that the evidence that evolution was a guided process seems overwhelming to me.  To understand why I think this is the case, you need to know that I was doing graduate level research as … Continue reading

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Evolution and Imperfection

I think of myself as one of the many victims of the idea of unguided atheistic evolution.  Why?   When I was a child, the medical establishment bought into the notion that there were many “useless” parts of the human … Continue reading

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Unpackaging Evolution

For some reason, I have felt compelled to write on evolution today.  I have mostly avoided the topic for almost 15 years, possibly out of my embarrassment for some of the ways in which I argued on this topic as … Continue reading

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Predation and Disease

In my previous post, I argued how the scientific evidence for common ancestry and the theological implications of theistic evolution have made me a believer in a guided evolutionary process.  When I made that post, I thought that I would … Continue reading

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