1. Beginnings: Are Science and Scripture Partners in the Search for Origins? – Book Review

    Here is the summary of a book which shows respect for both science and religion. The book demonstrates that the two disciplines can be mutually enriching. Issues in biology and paleontology are discussed in connection with the biblical account of origins.

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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 Universal Flood

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez - Retired

  4. 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).

  5. Statements on Faith and Science from the Divisions

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

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  6. 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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  7. Ellen G. White and Earth Science

    Earth Science – What is the relationship between science and Scripture according to Ellen White? How can we understand her 6000-year statements?

    Author: Gerhard Pfandl

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  8. A Biblical Perspective on the Philosophy of Science

    Author: Leonard R. Brand

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  9. Affirmation of Creation

    Author: L. James Gibson

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  10. Response to an Affirmation of Creation

    The Annual Council (2004) response to the report of the organizing committee of the Faith and Science Conferences. It is a re-affirmation of the Adventist doctrine of creation.