Dr. Robert D. Miller, II, SFO, PhD, Catholic University of America
What is badly needed is a doctrine of creation without the distraction of a creationism that bows in the direction of science in treating the Bible as a book of science, as if this were the only form of discourse worthy of acceptance. First we must revisit the Catholic understanding of biblical inerrancy and its scope as set out in Dei Verbum. Creation is at the core of Catholic theology, and the Bible must be a key source for that theology. In other words, the truth of the biblical view of creation is invaluable, but lost if the demand is for scientific truth.
This lecture is part of a series of conferences entitled "the atom + Eve Project: Using Science in Pastoral Ministry."
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