From the Fall, 1993 issue of Touchstone
science Is <title>Creation, Science and the New Gnosticism by Austin L. Hughes

Creation, Science and the New Gnosticism

by Austin L. Hughes

In the last century, new discoveries in geology and biology created a crisis for both academic and popular Christian theology. The evidence suggesting that the earth is very old and that organic species have an evolutionary relationship to one another appeared to contradict the account of creation given in the first two chapters of Genesis. Many Christians gradually came to believe that modern science can be reconciled with the Christian faith. Others reacted by upholding a traditional, literal interpretation of Genesis, apparently believing that such an interpretation represented the only alternative to “liberal” theology.

In our own century, one consequence of this reaction has been the development of an ela . . .


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