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Theology, philosophy, science, math, and random other things
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
June 30, 2020
Interpreting the Genesis creation story (edit 2)

I'm still working on updating my interpretation of the Genesis creation story. You may next want to read: Interpreting the Genesis creation story: an introduction The role of evidence in the Christian faith Another post, from the table of contents

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June 23, 2020
Interpreting the Genesis creation story (edit 1)

I'm working on updating my interpretation of the Genesis creation story, with the new things I learned since I wrote the original series. I've just written the intro for now. You may next want to read:Interpreting the Genesis creation story: an introduction The role of evidence in the Christian faith Another post, from the table […]

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June 15, 2020
The Gospel: the central message of Christianity

Image: By Danielclauzier, on Wikipedia commons There is only one story in the universe. Occasionally I'll find a badly told story, which still attempts to convey the message of Christianity. I've said of such works that "you can't blame it for not being the universe" - for that is what is required to tell the story well. […]

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June 9, 2020
A book review: The Generations of Heaven and Earth

This is a review for The Generations of Heaven and Earth, by Jon Garvey. This was a much harder read than I anticipated - in a good way. Like the title suggests, this book is about the Genesis creation account - specifically about Adam and Eve. New science has shown that a couple doesn't need […]

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June 2, 2020
Probably the last Frozen II post - this time a meme:

For real though, as I explain in these posts: A systematic mythology of the "Frozen" universe The Gospel according to Frozen II (or, why Elsa is Jesus) You may next want to read: A systematic mythology of the "Frozen" universe The Gospel according to Frozen II (or, why Elsa is Jesus) Another post, from the […]

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