Adam şi Eva, suspecţi de serviciu | medievalia.
Chiar daca uneori face consideratii legitime, in esenta Andrei Gaitanaru trateaza in acest text in mod destul de confuz si cu o cunoastere superficiala a problemelor discutate o chestiune controversata in spatiul evanghelic american.
Ca sa nu mai vorbim de apelul la argumente patristice, foarte putin relevente, de vreme ce Parintii Bisericii nu s-au confruntat cu datele pe care trebuie sa le ia in seama in interpretarea lor bibloica teologi precum John Schneider.
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The Historical Adam and the Problem of Physical Evidence – Center for Faith and Science International.
The historicity of Adam and Eve is a controversy raging in evangelical circles in the US these days and it makes new victims.
The latest are Professors John Schneider and Daniel Harlow from Calvin College in Grand Rapids (see HERE).
It is quite obvious that this discussion is here to stay, and, as the saying goes, ‘it is going to get worse before it gets better’.
See also a substantial article by Richard Ostling, on this theme, in Christianity Today.
John Wilson: No One Reads the Bible Literally – WSJ.com.
This is an article that, I think, should be read by all those who believe in the authority and trustworthiness of the Bible.
Here is a short quote:
‘…an alarm should sound whenever the word “literal” is used in this context, whether as a badge of pride (“I just believe in reading the Bible literally”) or as a hint that low-browed fundamentalists are lurking nearby. No one—no one—reads the Bible literally. But some readers are more attentive, more faithful, more imaginative and more persuasive than others.’