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Thou Shalt Not Fear Science

Bev Mitchel is a person I’ve just recently been introduced to. He’s among an increasing chorus of scholars who believe it’s time for Evangelicals to stop being afraid of science and to instead seriously integrate it into our reading of Scripture and theological reflection. Here is a little piece he wrote for Jeff Clarke’s (very informative) website integrating the kind of power God reflects in Christ with the power that creates and sustains the universe. Bon Appétit!

~Greg

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