Tuesday, September 22, 2009

The Historical Adam


For my church family here is a call-back to my first teaching series on Sunday nights. If you can remember that many months ago we spent several weeks going through the prologue of the Bible, aka Genesis 1-11. I'm still working (slowly) on coverting all that material to book form. My hope is that it can be a helpful resource to understanding the grand plotline of the Bible but dissecting the events of those eleven chapters. Anyway, I came across this blog post (via Justin Taylor's blog) that presents ten arguments for the historicity of Adam. So here is a response to those who might argue that Adam was a figurative figure and not a literal person.

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