Responding to Perceived Theological Implications of Evolutionary Creation by J. B. Stump

November 3, 2017

Responding to Perceived Theological Implications of Evolutionary Creation

J. B. Stump

J. B. Stump is Senior Editor at BioLogos and Visiting Scholar at the University of Notre Dame

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Abstract: In this article I will respond to several common arguments against the position known increasingly as evolutionary creation. I consider an argument that evolution undermines the gospel itself, and other reductio ad absurdum arguments about human uniqueness, divine action, and the problem of evil. These are not technical arguments from academic literature as much as more popularly held views that I encounter regularly in churches and other places speaking to lay audiences about evolution and the Christian faith. Here I attempt to lay out the logic of these arguments (which is often more felt than articulated) and show where they can reasonably be opposed.
Key Words: evolutionary creation, theistic evolution, evolution, sin, human uniqueness, divine action, miracles, problem of evil

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