Myth and Scripture: Genesis 1-11

This seminar explores Ancient Near Eastern creation myths; Genesis 1–11 as an ancient Israelite text and the history of interpretation as scripture; and Genesis 1–11 in relation to contemporary evolutionary biology, geology, creationism, and theology.

This seminar, taught by Neal Walls at Wake Forest School of Divinity, explores ancient Near Eastern myths of creation; Genesis 1–11 as an ancient Israelite text; Genesis 1–11 in the history of interpretation as scripture; and Genesis 1–11 in relation to contemporary evolutionary biology, geology, creationism, and theology.

Seminary: Wake Forest School of Divinity
Keywords: Evolution, creationism, Darwinism, cosmology, Genesis, animal ethics, science and religion, myth and scripture

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