Tag: Dennis Venema
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.
Examining Critiques of Theistic Evolution, a Year After the Volume’s Publication
Attacks by Christian theistic evolutionists have often followed the same patterns as those of their secular colleagues.
Answering Swamidass on Theistic Evolution: Sketchy Science, and a Swerve into Metaphysics
His choice of targets for criticism and for praise have a lot more to do with his particular agenda than the defects or merits of those whom he critiques.
Geneticist: On Human-Chimp Genome Similarity, There Are “Predictions” Not “Established Fact”
Richard Buggs gives us a look inside the sausage factory where figures on the subject are calculated.
Discussion Over: On Adam and the Genome, Former BioLogos Fellow Backs Down
Dennis Venema sought to persuade his fellow Christians that genetic science had disproven the traditional idea of a “bottleneck” of two human ancestors.