Make sure your order arrives before Christmas. See our Christmas Shipping Calendar for cutoff dates.

Should Christians Embrace Evolution?: Biblical and Scientific Responses

Nevin, Norman C. (Editor)

Endorsements ()

Product Description

Related Media


World Magazine Book of the Year 2011, Should Christians Embrace Evolution? by Norman C. Nevin 9781596382305

Read the review by Marvin Olasky →

We are witnessing an aggressive attack on the credibility of the Christian faith. Christians are increasingly called to embrace Darwinian evolution—or acknowledge that they are altogether opposed to science.

But for the contributors of this volume, this is a false premise. Committed to the authority of Scripture, the need for careful exegesis, and the importance of rigorous scientific investigation, these thirteen scientists and theologians offer valuable perspectives on a controversial area of debate for concerned Christians whoa re determined to draw their won conclusions.

Foreword by Wayne Grudem.

Contributors

David Anderson has a master’s degree in mathematics from the University of Oxford and a bachelor’s in theology from the University of Glamorgan (Wales Evangelical School of Theology). He was involved in church planting in the UK before moving to Eldoret, Kenya, where he currently serves as a missionary and a lecturer at a pastors’ training college.

Geoff Barnard was for seven years a Senior Research Scientist in the Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge, UK. He has been a Senior Lecturer in Biological Sciences at three other UK universities, and a visiting scientist at the Weizmann Institute in Israel.

Alistair Donald is a Church of Scotland (presbyterian) minister and a past chair of its apologetics committee. He has a doctorate in environmental science, and is currently Chaplain at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.

Steve Fuller is Professor of Sociology at the University of Warwick. Originally trained in history and philosophy of science, he testified on behalf of intelligent design theory in Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District (2005). Among many books, he is the author of Science vs. Religion? (2007) and Dissent over Descent (2008).

Greg Haslam is Senior Pastor at Westminster Chapel, London. He has pastored for thirty years and travels widely as a conference speaker, preacher and lecturer. He is the author of several books including Preach the Word!, A Radical Encounter with God, The Man Who Wrestled with God and Moving in the Prophetic.

Phil Hills has been in pastoral ministry for the past twenty–three years and has led churches in Coventry, Birmingham and Swansea. He is currently pastor of the Elim Church in Dundonald, Belfast. He has a master’s degree in theology from Manchester University.

R. T. Kendall is is an author, speaker, and teacher, and was pastor of Westminster Chapel, London, for twenty-five years.

Andy McIntosh has a PhD in Aeronautics from Cranfield and is Professor of Thermodynamics and Combustion Theory at the University of Leeds (contributing here in a private capacity). He has worked for the Royal Aircraft Establishment and has researched for thirty years in combustion and thermodynamics, and more recently in biomimetics (learning from nature for engineering advantage). He is author of Genesis for Today (2001).

Alistair McKitterick is lecturer in Biblical and Theological Studies at Moorlands College, a Christian Bible college in Christchurch. He has degrees in both physics and theology.

Norman C. Nevin OBE is Emeritus Professor of Medical Genetics at the Queen’s University, Belfast and Head of the Northern Regional Genetics Service.

Michael Reeves is the Theological Advisor for UCCF. Previously he was an associate minister at All Souls Church, Langham Place, London. He is the author of The Unquenchable Flame: Introducing the Reformation. He holds a doctorate in systematic theology from King’s College, London.

Andrew Sibley is studying towards an MPhil/PhD in theology at a UK–based university examining the relationship between science and faith. He has an MSc in Environmental Decision Making and works as a specialist meteorologist in the environmental arena. He is the author of Restoring the Ethics of Creation.

John C. Walton is Research Professor of Chemistry at the University of St Andrews.

Endorsements for Should Christians Embrace Evolution?

Recently Viewed