Broadly Creationist Links
Compiled by Glen Kuban
These sites feature material on origins and the "creation/evolution"
debate that are Christian or theistic based, but reject strict
creationism. In other words, most accept an old earth and recommend
some form of "theistic evolution" or "progressive creation." The
inclusion of links here does not mean that I necessarily support all
the material or links on these sites.
American Scientific Affiliation at: http://www.asa3.org
ASA is an organization of scientists who are Christians with
an interest in exploring the interrelationships of science and
faith. Includes links to ASA sub-groups and Canadian arm of the ASA
Christians in Science
Supports a Chrsitian based, theistic evolution position on origins.
Institute for Neo-Creationism
William E. McGinnis's site with a theistic evolution position.
Reasons to Believe at http://www.reasons.org/
RTB is led by astrophysicist Hugh Ross, a well known "old-earth,"
Science and Creation
An Answer in the Creation-Evolution Debate at http://www.orisol.com/
This site by Arnold Neumaier
By ASA member Dick Fischer. This site contains excerpts from
of Fischer's book with the same title, exploring an alternative
to young earth creationism which respects both the
Bible and modern science. Includes a chapter (based on
a paper in the ASA journal) entitled Days of Creation,
Hours or Eons?
Glenn Morton's Foundation, Fall, and Flood at http://home.entouch.net/dmd/dmd.htm
Christian geologist and former young earth advocate Glenn Morton
argues an interpretation of Genesis that reconciles modern the Bible
with modern geological data and evolution.
He provides powerful several
geologic arguments against strict creationism.