I am nearly finished with the reading of this great work of theology by Dr. Lamoureux. I do not agree with him about the historicity of Adam and Eve. I still believe that they lived and were some of the first human beings that differed from animals; however, I must say it is an inspiring piece of theological literature. I would recommend to anyone this book who may be considering different views of creation by God the Father through the Logos of the Deity. If some of you have not read this book, I would begin with the Holy Bible and the Haarma’s book on Origins. Then I would go to Dr. Lamoureux’s book. By the way, I have never been a Young Earth Creationist. I would say that I believed in Progressive Creationism. In other words, I agreed with American Baptist Church theologian Bernard Ramm of Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary of Eastern University in Pennsylvania. If some of you do not know, the American Baptist Church was once called the American Baptist Convention. They are the Northern Baptists. I encourage all of you to read this book if you have not yet. However, I believe Wheaton College is still right in believing in the historicity of Adam and Eve even though the school accepts evolutionary creation. May God bless each and everyone of you with your studies.
Your friend and brother in Christ,
Charles E. Miller, BA, Old Dominion University; MAR, Liberty University School of Divinity; Abschlussurkunde in Biblische Studien, BBN Bibel Institut in Deutschland, etc. Alphabet Soup
Deacon, Southern Baptist Convention