Stephen E. Jones
Pun, P.P.T., "A Theology of Progressive Creationism," in Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith,
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Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, Vol. 39, No. 1, March 1987, pp.9-19.
This is an incomplete work-in-progress.
Evaluation of Conservative Positions on the Issues of Creation and Evolution (p.13)
- Unity of God's Revelation in Nature and Scripture (p.9)
- Immanence of God in His Providential Control over Creation (p.10)
- Scripture in General and Genesis in Particular, a Historical-Theological
- Natural Selection As One of the Processes Utilized by God in His Creative
- Creation As Good-The Incarnation Necessitated by the Fall of Man (p.13)
The "Creation Myth" of Neoorthodoxy (p.17)
Progressive Creationism: A Definition (p.17)
A Synthesis: Creation Was Good; Sin Comes from the Fall; God Overrules (p.17)
- Fiat Creationism (or Recent Creationism) (p.14)
- Theistic Evolutionism (p.14)
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