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

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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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