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  1. No Middle Ground: Why Theistic Evolution and Biblical Creation are Mutually Exclusive (With Some Implications for Eschatology)

    Because of the irreconcilable contradictions between theistic evolution and Scripture, it seems clear that there is no middle ground between theistic evolution and biblical creation. As in Joshua’s day (Josh 24:15), we are urged to choose whom we will serve.

    Author: Greg A. King

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  2. An Orphan in the Cosmos? An Adventist Reflection on the Creation-Evolution Debate

    This lecture was the keynote address at the North American Division Faith and Science Conference, 2003. It is a theological reflection from an Adventist perspective on the interaction of faith and science; its benefits and dangers.

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

  3. A Biblical Perspective on the Philosophy of Science

    Author: Leonard R. Brand

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  4. Statements on Faith and Science from the Divisions

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

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  5. Creation in the New Testament

    When we discuss creation we normally turn to Gen 1 & 2. This article shows that the New Testament contributes a lot to the creation debate and contains fresh insights that supplement the Old Testament understanding of this doctrine.

    Author: Ekkehardt Mueller

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  6. Darwinian Apologetics: Big Questions, Inadequate Answers

    Author: Timothy G. Standish

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  7. Ecological Zonation: Theory, Problems, and Perspectives

    Author: Elaine Kennedy

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  8. An Affirmation of Creation – Report of the Organizing Committee

    Final report of the organizing committee of the Faith and Science Conferences to the Annual Council (2004).

  9. Preservation of Baleen Whales in Southern Peru

    Author: Raúl Esperante

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  10. Creation Debate in the Seventh-day Adventist Church

    Author: Gerhard Pfandl

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