Category Archives: Science & scripture

Presenting the evidence – The Fourth Conversation

untitledFor a calm and very accessible introduction to the evidence for evolution I recommend the book “The Fourth Conversation”.  Written by a Christadelphian, this presents the evidence for evolution in a simple easy manner.  The book is available on Kindle, hardcopy, as a pdf or on this blog (where all formats are accessed from).

To quote two paragraphs from the book…

“To be clear, I’m not asking or expecting readers to agree with this position, although to be honest, I do hope that these notes might be useful for those who are on that journey of discovery inspired by their passion for the sciences, and who are grounded by a faith and trust in God. I also hope that it will benefit those who are struggling to understand someone else’s point of view who has already made this journey.”

“As Johannes Kepler said, “Praise and celebrate with me the wisdom and magnitude of the Creator, which I lay open before you by means of a deeper explanation of the structure of the world, by the search for its causes…””

The debate has been ongoing, quite exhaustingly, for a long period in our community.  This publication is a positive and calm contribution to the discussion setting out what the evidence is and positively explain the details which have led many believers to accept God’s miracle may have worked differently to how we previously imagined.


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Zombies in Eden


You have to feel sorry for caterpillars.  For all that they change into butterflies or moths, they face some unusual perils in their early life – including being turned into zombies. Continue reading

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The Lampstand July 2017 insert – the Bible and science (part 1)

In the July 2017 Lampstand, the following was the first part of an insert.  This section of the insert reproduced below was titled “The Bible and Science”.  It is a collection of misrepresentations, errors and inconsistencies as will be shown. Continue reading

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Taking things literally

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When we come to the Bible we need to be consistent.  Demanding one thing be literal and another figurative is inconsistent.  Did God create the psalmist in the womb or did the natural process God engineered?


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What God did is obvious – don’t fight it


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July 14, 2017 · 3:48 pm

Refusing the evidence


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July 11, 2017 · 3:19 pm

Two books?


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July 7, 2017 · 9:44 am