Some theologians and scientists want to reconcile the evolution-theory with the Bible - we call this theïstic evolution or evolutionary creation: it states that creation was done by evolution, God only working in the background - providentially. BioLogos is the main organization that advocates this view. Let's try to check their arguments thoroughly.
Arguments on biologos.org
The scientific arguments brought in by this organisation (of mainly theistic evolutionist), aren't really different from what we find elsewhere. On this page you find an overview of their main arguments. Two of these arguments are dicussed on this page (with links to the DNA page for arguments in the field of genetics), the other arguments have links to other pages.
So let's list their main arguments:
What about biogeography?
Biogeography is about the distribution of species. As stated on biologos.org: The differences between species on islands compared to mainlands provide a compelling example of evolution.
What is the value of this argument?
Genetic removes all reasonable doubt
On this statement I do agree - but I come to a quite contrary conclusion:
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