The nature of a Table is that it shows highlights. It would become too big if there was too much information. The page provides links to other pages that give much more information from the people who espouse those viewpoints. I spent a lot of time studying the numerous viewpoints, including from the Haarsma’s Origins book (see: http://biologos.org/resources/book/origins-book-club and http://origins.faithaliveresources.org/) and numerous other sources, including on BioLogos for each Evolutionary Creationism view.
Some of the formatting is determined by the nature of web pages and my website design platform. For example, columns are repeated because it has to be usable on smaller screens like cellphones. On a cellphone, a person needs to scroll rightward through screens to see everything. If there weren’t repeated title rows, they would lose track of what the row was about.
- Sin/sinning shows where “sin” came from in each of those views.
- Yes, physical death came in those EC views from God’s design for nature. Image of God - funny!
- If I wrote “compatible,” there is nothing inherently incompatible with Paul’s statements. “Seems incompatible” indicates that on surface it seems incompatible, but noted where some consider it compatible for some reason.
- If there was something important to add to one of those rows I wrote it, including on minor (incidental) issues. By the way, the word is “Options” not “Opinion.” If there was a closely related variation, I wrote it there.
- See my first paragraph above.
By the way, if someone can make a case that for a major advantage to “Adam & Eve as a Group of Ancient Ancestors” (see: http://www.scienceandfaith.org/a-e-as-a-group-of-ancient-ancestors, taken from the Origins book), I could add that.