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Evangelicals and Evolution: A Student Perspective

Evangelicals and Evolution: A Student Perspective

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A series of articles by Evangelical students discussing a positive interaction between evolution and faith.
A series of articles by Evangelical students discussing a positive interaction between evolution and faith.

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Evangelicals and Evolution:A Student Perspective
A Weblog Series published onAn Evangelical Dialogue on Evolution Contributors:Ryan Bebej 
 Edited by:Steve Martin
Document Version: 1.0bLast Updated: December 1, 2009
This document is a compilation of works by several authors; the individual articles remain the property of theindividual authors. You are free to share, copy, or distribute this document in full within the limitations of theCreative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License and the CreativeCommons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Canada License. To view copies of these licenses,visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/us/ and http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/ca/.
Evangelicals and Evolution: A Student Perspective
Overview of the Series and Contributors
A series of articles on “Evangelicals and Evolution: A Student Perspective” was published from October 24, 2009through November 23, 2009 on the weblogAn Evangelical Dialogue on Evolution.It included six separate posts.Authors in order of appearance included:1.
Steve Martin wrote the seriesIntroductionwhich was published on October 24. He publishes the weblogAn Evangelical Dialogue on Evolution.2.
Ryan Bebejcontributed the articleMy journey from opposing evolution to studying itwhich was published on October 26. Ryan is a Ph.D student at the University of Michigan in the Dept. of Ecology andEvolutionary Biology where he studies the early evolution of whales.3.
which was published on November 2. Emiliano isa doctoral student studying cellular biology with a focus on morphology at the Universidade de São Paulo,São Paulo, Brazil. He is currently researching the digestive system of a Phasmid (stick bug) species, aswell as physiological features of its digestive processes
Eric DeVriescontributed the articleMy transition from a conservative creationist to a theistic evolutionist(albeit with some unanswered questions)which was published on November 9. Eric is a post-gradbiology student at Calvin College.5.
Jordan Malloncontributed the articleClarifying concepts in the creation-evolution dialoguewhich was published on November 16. Jordan is a Ph.D. student at the University of Calgary where he is studying theevolutionary palaeoecology of the Late Cretaceous herbivorous dinosaurs from Alberta.6.
contributed the articleAvoiding the topic of Evolution in Christian academia:Reflections from a theology studentwhich was published on November 23. Bethany is working on herMasters in Christian Studies at Regent College in Vancouver, where her studies focus on evolutionarytheodicy from an evangelical perspective.3

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