This (the broader context) is PRECISELY what I was talking about. This is not someone talking about "mere natural selection" but a full-fledged evolutionary process by which man (eventually some pair get tagged as "Adam" and "Eve") evolves from slime. Classic theistic evolution - macro-evolution. This ain't white moths turning gray.Mason, you prove my point (his ambiguity). He says (thanks, Lynnie)
I read that and see clearly he thinks God guided a bacteria into evolving into Adam and Eve. You read that and clearly think that he's only talking about dogs with short legs and dogs with long legs.So here’s what I like—the messy approach, which is I think there was an Adam and Eve. I think there was a real Fall. I think that happened. I also think that there also was a very long process probably, you know, that the earth probably is very old, and there was some kind of process of natural selection that God guided and used, and maybe intervened in. And that’s just the messy part. I’m not a scientist. I’m not going to go beyond that.