Christians Divided Over Science Of Human Origins

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Barbara Bradley Hagerty, religion correspondent, NPR
Daniel Harlow, religion professor, Calvin College
Albert Mohler, president, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

The story of Adam and Eve is a primary belief for many Christians. Some Christian scholars argue that research on the human genome shows that modern humans did not descend from the Biblical couple, and that Christianity must find a way to reconcile modern science and religious beliefs.

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