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New Covenant Eyes Radio – 08.21.2011

by Michael J Loomis on August 23, 2011

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New Covenant Eyes Church

New Covenant Eyes Radio. Is Evolution possible? Does it square with Scripture? Tonight Bob Lucas and Alan Bondar discuss this with Mike Beidler.

August 21, 2011 –

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Listen to last weeks broadcast here.


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MoGrace2u August 23, 2011 at 10:03 am

Taking that flight into fancy sure was a lot of fun!

So when this new Tower of Babel finally reaches into the heavens, do you suppose they will be able to fly when they jump off or will they fall? Because the admission that we do not understand gravity but know it is a law that governs this world, suggests that we do not understand chromosomes either. Whether or not apes have their 23rd and 24th chromosomes separate while humans have theirs fused together does not support a theory of theistic evolution at all. It does however keep those with fanciful imaginations hard at work!

Micah Martin August 23, 2011 at 9:35 pm

Awesome show guys. I am so glad someone finally mentioned C.S. Lewis’ Space Trilogy! Those are a MUST READ for anyone interested in the origins debate. I read them when I was a teenager and re-read them every few years.

Also thanks for the recommendation of the book by Young. That is definitely going on my winter reading list.

Jean-Pierre Côté August 25, 2011 at 12:10 pm

It’s Bing Bang Bao you monkey!

Mike Beidler August 28, 2011 at 9:03 am

MoGrace2u: I’m glad you thought the broadcast was fun! For what it’s worth, my mention of the human chromosome #2 being a fusion of what was originally two chromosomes is just the tip of the iceberg, and I didn’t have an opportunity to flesh out the discussion due to the nature of the podcast format. There is, oh, so much more evidence into which you can dive. I encourage you to check out the following article by BioLogos fellow Dennis Venema: It’s a little technical, but you should be able to get the gist of the evidence and its implications.

Micah: I’m just about to finish up C. S. Lewis’ “Mere Christianity,” and I see hints of Lewis’ struggle to integrate his belief in the scientific validity of evolution and its theological implications. He certainly hadn’t given his belief system a thorough look to ensure it was consistent. Nevertheless, I think Lewis was moving in the right direction with his Space Trilogy. I’m sure you’ll enjoy Young and Stearley’s book. Very technical, but extremely enjoyable and enlightening!

Jean-Pierre! I’ll be a monkey’s cousin! It’s good to see you again! 😀

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