Clifford Owusu-Gyamfi

Clifford Owusu-Gyamfi is the district pastor for Yeji in the Central Ghana Conference, Kumasi, Ashanti, Ghana.

Accepting the Evolution Challenge

The theory of evolution presents a chal­lenge to every Seventh-day Adventist. How do we respond?

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What About Natural Selection?

Our purpose is to discuss: (1) The difference between evolution and nat­ural selection; (2) the place of natural selection in nature; (3) its relation to creationism.

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The Positive Aspects of Creationism

Much of our attention has been geared toward the negative aspects of evolution that we have neglected to build up a positive case for creation­ism.

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Positive Aspects of Creationism (Concluded)

Last month we learned that the theory of evolution might be divided into three parts—cosmic, geological, and biological. The geological phase was considered first, and we come now to the biological aspect.

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Fact and Theory in Modern Geology

The creationist who faces the problem of the popular geological theory must choose one of three alternatives.

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Evolution's Challenge to S.D.A.'s

The theory of evolution offers a challenge to every Adventist minister and evange­list.

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The Geological Problem

Most evolutionists consider the geological evidence to be unanswerable without recourse to long ages of geological time. But is this true? What evidence is there to support the Genesis record of a universal catastrophe?

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The Question of Species and Variation

Opponents of the literal rendering of the Genesis record base their opposition on two main points: (1) the problem of species and (2) the record of the rocks. In this study we shall consider the first of these.

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The Scientific Apostasy

In the previous study we discussed the doctrine of creation as taught in the Bible. Now we must consider how the Chris­tian world departed from the plain truth of a literal creation.

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The Biblical Doctrine of Creation

Is the Genesis record to be accepted literally or only in figure?

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