Maybe you misunderstood the point of the blog post. It most certainly wasn’t to summarize the scientific evidence for evolution or present a fleshed-out argument for the compatibility of Scripture and mainstream science.
However, we do have an expansive, well-organized, and aesthetically pleasing website with many well-researched articles that delve into the various issues related to biblical interpretation, science, and faith, if you are interested in giving the perspective a fair hearing. The Common Questions page is a good place to start: http://biologos.org/common-questions
For example, if you are interested in how we respond to the death before sin question, you find these articles helpful:
This is a blog series on “Evolution, Creation, and Death” that starts with an SBC pastor’s objections and includes the EC response.
Unlike some atheists, the writers at BioLogos do not think of the evolutionary model as the “grand theory of everything.” We freely admit that the most important questions in life are not answered by science, nor do we need a godless explanation in order to maintain our worldview.
Jim Stump just wrote a blog post with a link to an Alistair McGrath’s essay that noted:
“Above all, we need to figure out a way of engaging what John Dewey once declared to be the “deepest problem of modern life”—that we have failed to integrate our “thoughts about the world” with our thoughts about “value and purpose”.”
We are trying to encourage conversations that explore that kind of integration.
True. But it is not a settled argument whether the hard choice between the evolutionary model and biblical faith is a real choice or a false choice. We would argue it’s a false choice.
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