Among the tenets of theistic evolution is the idea that humans evolved from a large population of ape-like creatures.
Before Darwin, biologists attributed the beauty, integrated complexity, and adaptation of organisms to their environments to a powerful designing intelligence.
This form of objection left the door ajar to the kind of “hybrid” interpretation favored by some in both Britain and America in the later Victorian period.
Evolutionary theory, argued in the way that Darwin and many of his followers argue the case, is fundamentally theology-based.
Is William Lane Craig’s book good news for Christians? I’m not so sure, and here’s one reason why.