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Adam, Free Choice, and the Cause of Sin: A Creationist Response to a Christian Evolutionist

@inproceedings{Joubert2011AdamFC,
  title={Adam, Free Choice, and the Cause of Sin: A Creationist Response to a Christian Evolutionist},
  author={C. Joubert},
  year={2011}
}
The presence of moral evil (sin) in the world is relatively easy for the Christian creationist to explain, and free choice is key to that explanation. To Christian evolutionist and professor of biology Daniel Brannan, the idea of a very good Creation and an Adam and Eve who were deceived and sinned is not only incoherent but also makes God the cause of sin. Brannan proposed that Christians accept an Irenean sense of original sin, which entails that Adam was essentially an undeveloped child… Expand
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