This is a story about struggling with God. As a freshman college student, Denis Lamoureux lost his boyhood Christian faith because of evolution. With no spiritual foundation, he made medical school his idol and eventually became an immoral atheist. Yet by God’s grace, and in an answer to his mother’s prayers, Denis read the Gospel of John and fell in love with the Prince of Peace while serving in the military as a United Nations peacekeeper on the island of Cyprus.
This is also a story about struggling with origins. Like most evangelical Christians, Lamoureux was a stanch young earth creationist. But the Lord had a plan for his life and led him to complete a PhD in theology and a PhD in biology. To his surprise, Lamoureux discovered that the Creator evolved intelligently designed living creatures that declare the glory of God. Through miraculous signs and wonders, the Lord Jesus called Dr. Lamoureux to be a college professor and to proclaim a peaceful relationship between his evangelical Christian faith and the modern evolutionary sciences.
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About the Author
Denis O. Lamoureux is a Professor of Science and Religion at St. Joseph's College in the University of Alberta. He is also a research associate in paleontology. Lamoureux is also the author of Evolutionary Creation: A Christian Approach toEvolution (2008), The Bible & Ancient Science: Principles ofInterpretation (2020), and a book for high school students, Beyond the Evolution vs. Creation Debate (2021). With Johnson, he co-authored Darwinism Defeated? The Johnson-Lamoureux Debate on Biological Origins(1999) and was a contributor in Four Views on the Historical Adam(2013). Professor Lamoureux holds three earned doctorate degrees—dentistry, theology, and biology.
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