Helpful words on a very important & timely topic.
(Plus I highly recommend anything written by James Boice.) 🙂
I found J. M. Boice’s critiques of theistic evolution quite helpful. Here’s a shortened and edited version. You can find the entire argument in volume 1 of his commentary on Genesis (p. 52-55).
“First, there is a problem with the supposed truth of evolution itself. The theistic evolutionist believes in evolution, as we have seen. But evolution is not necessarily true, as we have also seen. Indeed, there are important reasons for rejecting it. One main reason for rejecting evolution is the lack of fossil evidence. To be sure, the evolutionist reads the fossil record differently, seeing in it a sketchy but adequate history of the development of higher forms of life from lower forms. But the record is at best incomplete and may, as creationists hold, actually provide better evidence for the creationist’s view than for the evolutionist’s. As we said in the last chapter, it is not…
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