Tag: Adam and the Genome
Lessons from the Evangelical Debate About Adam and Eve
The standard evolutionary account of human origins holds that our population has always been in the thousands and humanity did not descend from an initial pair.
From Ann Gauger and Ola Hössjer, a New Standard for the Science of a “First Couple”
Their scrupulous work found that Jerry Coyne and others, in bullying Christians and Jews on how “we can dismiss a physical Adam and Eve with near scientific certainty,” were in reality poorly supported.
A First Couple? Here’s the Backstory
Could humanity have had its origin in a first pair, or did it have to come from a population of at least several thousand?
#4 of Our Top Stories of 2018: A First Human Couple? New Evidence and Arguments
A bottleneck of two, or a first pair at our origin older than 500,000 years, is possible.
Theistic Evolution and the Moral High Ground
C. John Collins points out that Venema’s use of “language evolution” is a poor analogy for (his form of) biological evolution.