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Celebrating 10 Years of The Language of God

Ryan Bebej

Ryan Bebej
December 19, 2016

On its 10th anniversary, a Christian scientist recalls how Francis Collins' book can speak to crises of faith.

Lori Keen
December 19, 2016

Thank you for speaking so eloquently about this. The myth that science and faith is an either/or proposition breaks my heart. We need more Christian voices speaking boldly and claiming the truth that there is no conflict between science and faith.

Andy
December 19, 2016

While I own and appreciate this book, there are certainly many points that must be critically examined. Answers in Genesis has a great review of Collins' book for those interested.

David Warners
December 20, 2016

Thanks for calling our attention in this engaging, personal way to the importance of Collins work and this book in particular. His follow-up text, The Language of Life, is one I use in my classes and one I'd also heartily recommend to those interested in an honest, Christian perspective on genomics, mutations, and evolution.

Scott Strong
December 20, 2016

Fortunately I have always felt God created the universe with evolution as part of his plan, so I never saw a conflict.

Gerry Van Kooten
December 21, 2016

If I remember right, Collins came to Christianity from an atheistic background. His approach and perspective of Scripture differs somewhat from one raise in a faith home. I found this perspective particularly refreshing and somewhat new. I have appreciated Collins book for many years and it shows how one can be intellectually rigorous and Biblically sound together. Thanks for the nice and moving article.

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