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Evolution and Original Sin

Evolution and Original Sin



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A discussion on Evolution and the Christian theology of Original Sin.
A discussion on Evolution and the Christian theology of Original Sin.

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Evolution and Original Sin
A Weblog Series published onAn Evangelical Dialogue on Evolution Contributors:George MurphyTerry Gray Denis Lamoureux David Congdon Edited by:Steve Martin
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Evolution and Original Sin
Overview of the Series and Contributors
A series of articles on evolution and Original Sin was published between October 16, 2008 and December 20, 2008on the weblogAn Evangelical Dialogue on Evolution.. The focus of the discussion was George Murphy's paper Roads to Paradise and Perdition: Christ, Evolution, and Original Sin. The series included articles from 5 differentauthors.1.
George Murphyis a physicist, theologian, and pastor and is the author of The Cosmos in the Light of theCross. He has written numerous books, articles, and columns on the interface between science andtheology. George contributed five articles to the series. These included:
An article briefly surveying his paper was published on October 28, 2008
Two articles replying to responses by other contributors.Part 1was published on November 16, 2008 andPart 2was published on November 19, 2008.
Two articles replying to questions from blog readers.Part1: The Historicity of Adamwas published on November 24, 2008 andPart 2: Pastoral Implications of Original Sin andEvolutionwas published on November 29, 2008.2.
the webmaster for the
and has written several helpful articles on the creation / evolutiondialogue includingComplexity--Yes! Irreducible--Maybe! Unexplainable--No! A Creationist Criticismof Irreducible Complexity
Terry contributed to the series with his articleThat Old Time Theology Revisited.This response to Murphy’s paper was published on November 1, 2008.3.
Denis Lamoureuxteaches at St. Joseph's College at the University of Alberta, and is the author of Evolutionary Creation: A Christian Approach to Evolution.Denis contributed to the series with his articleChallenging and Reshaping Historical Approaches to Original Sin. This response to Murphy’s paper was published on November 7, 2008.4.
David Congdonis a PhD
student in systematic theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. For anintroduction to David's writing, see his excellent blog seriesThe Heresies of American Evangelicalism.David contributed to the series with his articleFurther Reflections on Genesis 1-3 and Original Sin. Thisresponse to Murphy’s paper was published on November 11, 2008.5.
Steve Martin wrote the seriesIntroductionon October 26, 2008 and the seriesConclusionon December 28, 2008. He publishes the weblogAn Evangelical Dialogue on Evolution.3

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