Evolution makes good scientific sense. The question is whether
it makes good theological sense as well. Christians who find
evolution contrary to faith often do so because they focus solely
on the issues of the world's design and the notion of the gradual
descent of all life from a common ancestry. But that point of view
overlooks the significance of the dramatic narrative going on
beneath the surface. What evolution "is "has become more important
than what it "means." Haught suggests that, rather than necessarily
contradicting one another, theologians and Darwinian scientists
actually share an appreciation of the underlying meaning and
awe-inspiring mystery of evolution. He argues for a focus on
evolution as an ongoing drama and suggests that we simply
cannot-indeed need not-make complete sense of it until it has fully
played out. Ultimately, when situated carefully within a biblical
vision of the world as open to a God who makes all things new,
evolution makes sense scientifically "and "theologically.
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