I read the review on the book Thank God for Evolution! by Michael Dowd. As I looked at the list of contributors, I said to myself, "There's a book to be avoided by any thinking Christian who is not interested in re-writing Christian Theology."

With writers like Matthew Fox, Sally McFague, John Shelby Spong, Diarmuid O'Murchu, you might as well get the likes of vowed atheist Richard Dawkins--at least he has a little more knowledge on the subject.

I see very little evidence of deep knowledge of science but I do see a lot of people dissatisfied with Christianity the way it has been handed down through the centuries and so they try to re-write it and create a god and a religion in their own image.

If they want to read a book about science and Christianity, there are plenty of Christian scientists out there who have written scientifically and theologically sound books: Alister McGrath, Professor Sir George K. Radda of Oxford, John Polkinghorne of Cambridge, Michael Behe (biologist), Hugh Ross (astrophysicist), and many many others.

When I go to Synod and look at the book table, the table abound with these authors and their work and other like- minded people. But where are the works of John Stott, J.I. Packer, R.C. Sproul, and C.S. Lewis  They are nowhere to be found. Heaven forbid any unsuspecting person should pick up one of "those authors."

People can peach their gospel of "inclusiveness" but do all in their power to keep the messages of the "other side" out.