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Is Homo naledi your “relative,” “ancestor,” or “part of the human family tree”?

On September 10 2015, an open-access article on the journal eLife (downloadable at http://elifesciences.org/content/4/e09560) presented to the scientific community the newest addition of a species to the hominid fossil record: Homo naledi [1] (Fig. 1). A well-orchestrated unveiling of the … Continue reading

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PROTOLOGY AND THE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH: A BRIEF HISTORICAL SURVEY

The Adventist Church emerged during a historical period of great epistemological turmoil, especially relating to protology (i.e., the study of beginning––creation, the day of rest, and flood––Gen 1-11).[i] Since its establishment in 1863, Adventism has believed in biblical protology, but … Continue reading

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Creationism: Contrastive Perspectives and Values, Part 2

Contrastive Creationist Worldview                                                                           … Continue reading

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Creationism: Contrastive Perspectives and Values, Part 1

Introduction In the contemporary scientific academy, as is well-known, the word “creationism” derisively refers to a worldview irrevocably rejected by the secular scientific community in general.   What may be less well-known is that there are contrastive worldviews generally subsumed under … Continue reading

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