Theistic Evolution, Christian Knowledge and Culture’s Plausability Structure by J. P. Moreland

March 6, 2017

Theistic Evolution, Christian Knowledge and Culture’s Plausibility Structure

J. P. Moreland

J. P. Moreland is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Biola University

Abstract: In thinking about this article, I have decided not to write a technical piece. Over the years, I have done plenty of that on matters relating Christianity and science or the philosophy of science. Instead, as an aging (!) senior scholar, I have decided to reflect on the broader cultural implications of adopting a certain way of integrating Christianity and science, to attempt to offer some wisdom on the matter, and to issue a word of caution to my younger brothers and sisters. That said, here are my central reflections.

Key Words: philosophy of science, theistic evolution, Scientism, Physicalism, knowledge, neuroscience, Christianity, plausibility structure

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