Thursday, March 09, 2006

GOLD: Kingdom Blogging (9 March 2006)

I don't have enough time to do a full-blown post on Kingdom Blogging, there's just too much to cover. But a post by Joe Carter at Evangelical Outpost is worth the trip to read ... including the comments.

This is an excellent post; thought provoking, touching on several subjects/issues (Evolution, ID, GOTG); I see in it our theology of God's revelation, sovereignty, and transcendence.
God does not appears [sic] periodically in nature only to disappear again. He does not come upon the scene at special crises to fill in the “gaps” in our knowledge, nor is He absent from the scene in the intervals. The God of Christianity is not a mere “god of the gaps” but is the ever present, always working, Creator, Sustainer, and Redeemer of all creation.
And from Joe's comment to a reader ...
One of the biggest problems I have with the theory of evolution is not its truth content (it is true to a large extent) [Carter's opinon] but the way in which it is lazily applied. Take any new discovery about biology or animal/human behavior and you’ll find a scientist claiming "Evolution accomplished X."

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