Archive for the 'Covenant Creation' Category

The place of God’s providence in my theology

I have been musing lately about how my stance on the creation/evolution controversy would impact other areas of theology if applied consistently. The stance I’m referring to is my conviction that viewing the history of the natural universe as a string of miraculous interventions into nature is hopelessly misguided. I have argued that the atheistic […]

Thursday, August 21st, 2008

Life in God’s Garden

Summary of Part One God the Gardener created a son (Lk 3.38) to tend the garden. God, as a father, was training up his children Adam and Eve in the garden. Adam was put in a garden for instruction because gardening requires faith: both faithfulness in tending day by day and faith that what is […]

Friday, May 30th, 2008

The Garden of Eden: thoughts from Tim Martin

When I was at Truthvoice 2008 a month ago, the co-author of Beyond Creation Science, Tim Martin, gave two talks that I thought were worthy of discussion on my blog. Here are my thoughts on the first talk. [Note: I am summarizing based on the notes I took, and I honestly hope I misrepresent nothing […]

Friday, May 2nd, 2008