Evangelicals Can Have Different Views on Creation, Leaders Say

November 2, 2017 ...

“Evangelicals hold varying perspectives of how God created the earth — from a literal seven-day interpretation of Genesis to God-guided evolution,” said Leith Anderson, president of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE). “But they vehemently agree that God is the creator of the earth. How God chose to create is important, but it is secondary.” …

Bioethics Resolution Considers New Technology

October 25, 2016 ...

The Biotechnology and Bioethics 2016 resolution also updates prior NAE resolutions on bioethics in light of new developments in the field. NAE President Leith Anderson said, “This resolution leans on the wisdom of responsible bioethicists who have studied the ethical and moral implications of new biotechnology, offering biblical guidance for Christ-followers as they consider the …

Biotechnology and Bioethics

October 13, 2016 ...

While such developments in biotechnology hold immense legitimate promise for medicine and the greater good, they also raise profound moral questions. We are indebted to evangelical and other responsible bioethicists who study the ethical and moral implications of new biological and technological discoveries and the responsible use of biomedical advances, with particular emphasis on how …

Being a Christian and a Scientist

October 15, 2015 ...

https://media.blubrry.com/todaysconversation/p/content.blubrry.com/todaysconversation/TodaysConversation-e2-101515-Hutchinson.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 33:16 — 30.7MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Stitcher | RSS In this podcast, you’ll hear Leith and Ian discuss: Ian’s personal faith journey; The relationship between science and faith; How pastors can support scientists in their midst; and The important distinction between science and scientism. Read a Portion …

Are Evangelicals Anti-Science?

September 22, 2015 ...

And it goes both ways. One in five people in the general public perceive there is hostility by scientists toward religion. Among evangelical scientists, a strong majority (57 percent) perceives hostility from scientists toward religion. There is a sense that scientists have no room for faith, and that evangelicals look to the Bible as their …

Archaeology Points to Jesus

March 20, 2015 ...

One critic once exclaimed to him, “How do you even prove Bethlehem exists?” His response was simple. “Where I live,” he said, “I go down to the end of the street, get on a bus marked ‘Bethlehem,’ and I get off at the end of the line.” Elsewhere he has stated, “If the Gospel is …

Conversations With Scientists

March 20, 2015 ...

However, out of curiosity and because of my respect for the National Association of Evangelicals, which was a co-sponsor of the event, I accepted. The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) served as host for a well-planned, well-led day of interaction between approximately three dozen scientists and evangelical leaders. As the world’s largest …

Designing Hope

March 20, 2015 ...

EMI partners with Christian ministries who are providing for the needs of the poor and proclaiming Christ throughout the developing world. These ministries hope to further their reach, but require the facilities (buildings, clean water, electrical systems and, most importantly, a plan) to do so. EMI helps make their calling a reality by mobilizing technical …

History of Science and Christianity

March 20, 2015 ...

Middle Ages (500-1500) Thomas Aquinas taught that God was separate from the world and that experience was necessary to discover what God had done in creation. The idea of “God’s Two Books” (i.e., knowledge from Scripture and knowledge about the physical world come from God and cannot be contradictory) took root. The Reformation Period (1517-1648) …

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