Ham writes on Facebook:
What he’s doing is nothing new. It’s the same old attempts many others have made over the years to come up with new creative ways of trying to fit man’s religion of evolution into God’s Word in Genesis.
It’s just another example of the devil’s temptation in Genesis 3 for man wanting to be God.
As this professor stated, “we are finding a better way forward, a better story to tell.” In other words, his story is better than God’s clear account in Genesis. His anti-biblical ideas in this article are the same basic ideas that William Lane Craig has also been promoting.
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding” (Proverbs 3:5).
Great to hear from you Ken Ham! Thanks for getting the word out about this development in our understanding.
More and more YECs are finding a better way forward, a better story to tell. We both believe that Jesus rose from the dead. This is how he made himself known to all people. Jesus is greater than evolution, in the end, so we have nothing to fear from it.
The good news is that The Genealogical Adam and Eve arises from a plain, literal reading of Genesis. As for me, I trust God’s Word over your word.
And what God did to reveal himself though Jesus will always be greater than creation science. Don’t you agree?