Monday, October 17, 2005

Darwinism and Bishop Spong

“The challenge of Darwinian thinking to traditional Christianity is deep and profound. That means that Christianity's survival depends on its being big enough to embrace a post-Darwinian world. If we cannot then Christianity will surely die.”

US Anglican bishop John Shelby Spong commentating in his weekly newsletter (28 September)

From: New Scientist, 8 October 2005, page 18

John Shelby Spong’s HomePage:

Spong’s call for a new reformation:

TonySeb: Bishop Spong worries that Christianity will die if it doesn’t “embrace a post-Darwinian world”. If Christianity embraces Darwinian evolution and the modern science worldview, shall it not die anyway?


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