Basically they are just another group of creationists, differing only in the level of involvement by a 'creator', age of the earth, etc.
But still with their basis as a foregone conclusion
that 'god is behind it all'. Right? Obviously a very UNscientific approach.
How is BioLogos different from Evolutionism, Intelligent Design, and Creationism? | BioLogos
I think this type of group/organization is mainly an American thing. I don't even have to look to see they aren't based in Sweden or Germany or Denmark or France or Canada......just sayin'.
Pastors, theologians, public scholars and scientists such as N. T. Wright, Mark Noll, Tim Keller, Ard Louis, Joel Hunter, Alister McGrath, John Walton, Os Guinness, Nancey Murphy, Peter Enns, Francis Collins, and more.
That sounds right from a site like Answers in Genesis!
I wonder how many of their 'great thinkers' are in the related fields, astronomy, physics, evolutionary biology, etc. I am betting not many.
pretty much like any other church, they want your money....
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Mel, you gotta
be just stirrin' the pot here