First off, I just want to start off by thanking each of you for your readership. Admittedly, our posting has been sporadic as of late due to personal scheduling challenges. My apologies.
However, I have been invited to do an interview this week about Truthbomb Apologetics and other apologetics ministries in Maryland. Here is where you come in- if you are aware of any solid apologetics ministries in Maryland, please share via the comments. I would like to use the interview to promote sound apologetics ministries in the area.
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Due to certain groups such as Biologos and others, many even within evangelical circles are questioning the historicity of a literal Adam and Eve. Are there any good reasons to believe that Adam and Eve actually existed and that the biblical account in Genesis gets it right? I believe so and what follows are a few articles that serve to make a case for a literal Adam and Eve and further challenge some common evolutionary assumptions.