Society Religion and Spirituality Christianity Perspectives Origins and Creation Denominational Views
This category is for position papers or church documents about creation which have been approved by denominations. Some Christian denominations have explicitly stated that an evolutionary interpretation of biological diversity is incompatible with their interpretations of Christianity. Others indicate that an evolutionary perspective towards the material world is generally compatible with their interpretations of Christianity.
Evolution and the Roman Catholic Church
Wikipedia article on the official Church's position which states that faith and scientific findings regarding human evolution are not in conflict, supported by statements of a number of Popes.
A Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) statement by its Office of Theology and Worship.
Humani Generis, 1950
This is the papal encyclical by Pope Pius XII,that states that Catholics are free to accept evolutionary explanations for biological diversity and the origin of the human body. The letter neither endorses nor condemns an evolutionary perspective.
The Origins of Life: An Evangelical Baptist View
R. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, writes that views of Evangelical Christians and secularists are incompatible.
Resolution On Scientific Creationism
A resolution on the official website of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Truth Cannot Contradict Truth
Pope John Paul II's statement about evolution and faith, on October 22, 1996, to the Pontifical Academy of Science. How God's revealed truth can be harmonized with scientifically observed truth.
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