Follow Up to “Is There an Historical Adam?” by Tremper Longman

Here is an essay by Tremper Longman.  This is a follow-up to his earlier video comments on the historicity of Adam. It seems that Longman’s non-literal understanding of Adam is driven by his desire to harmonize evolution and Genesis.  Longman states. “It is wrong to challenge people to choose between the Bible and the science of evolution as if you can only believe that one or the other is true. They are not in conflict.”


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