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Simon Turpin looks at objections to God’s direct creation of the fully human man called Adam and then shows why this view is crucial because of the implications on the doctrines of sin, salvation, and Christology
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There is a significant paradigm shift taking place within the evangelical academy in its approach to understanding the identity of Adam. Due to a mixture of biblical and scientific reasons, an increasing number of evangelical scholars are beginning to deny the supernatural creation of Adam. This talk will look at these objections to God’s direct creation of the fully human man called Adam and then show why this view is crucial because of the implications on the doctrines of sin, salvation, and Christology
Simon has written several articles for the Answers Research Journal and serves as general manager and primary speaker for AiG-UK. He conveys the vital importance of a committed stand on the book of Genesis and effectively calls the church back to the authority of the Word of God.