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Essay posted of possible interest

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Essay posted of possible interest

Postby larry gilman » 03 Apr 2009, 15:01

In my latest post on my religion-and-science blog at The Other Journal (http://www.theotherjournal.com/blog.php?id=227&articleID=715), the periodical of the Mars Hill Graduate School (http://www.mhgs.edu/), I quote C. S. Lewis speculating in Miracles on a possible aspect of relationship of the Incarnation to evolution. I realize that Lewis's stance toward to evolution was ambivalent, but I don't go into that subject in the essay, which is primarily about the question of whether creationism is a disease to which Christianity is subject and Islam is immune.

Other essays in that column possibly of interest to readers of this forum include a two-parter on G. K. Chesterton's loathing for eugenics and how it might have influenced his (apparently) shifting views on evolution.

At some point, I will post explicitly on the fascinating (to me) subject of Lewis's relationship to evolutionary biology.

Regards,

Larry
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