Last Thursday I completed a series of three lectures under the heading "What is the Reformed View of Origins?" The Reformed Bible College had invited me deliver these lectures, which took place on April 22, 29 and May 6 in the Abbotsford Free Reformed Church. The outlines are listed here. Each lecture was about 2 hours long, with additional time for questions and a coffee break. About 100 people, mostly Canadian Reformed, attended each lecture.
Lecture 1 surveyed the historical context of current challenges to Genesis, the deeper implications, limits of science, and the naturalist worldview. Some of the material covered can be found in the posts Dubious Dutch Connections, The Cost of an Old Earth, Evolution and the Fall, and War of the Worldviews.
Lecture 2 covered the Reformed Worldview and its implications for Genesis. Some of the material covered can be found in Is the traditional view of Genesis Reformed?, Genesis and Dr Clark, Accommodating Error, and Genesis and Ancient Cosmology.
Lecture 3 addressed the question as to how Christians should approach science and apologetics. Some of this was covered in my posts A Christian Perspective on Physics, Can we trust scientific data? and War of the Worldviews.