What General Revelation Does (And Does Not) Tell US
Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 2010, March, 62, 1
Mary L. VandenBerg
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Science and the Bible For many people, the relationship between these two subjects is ambiguous at best, hostile at worst. Christians, especially those who affirm traditional notions about the reliability of the Bible, have waged war over this relationship. Battle lines are often drawn, fortresses built, and various forms of ammunition are lobbed back and forth. Since the Enlightenment, but especially since the publication of Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species (1859) and the explosion of scientific research and knowledge that has followed in its wake, Christians have increasingly moved in one of two directions.