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"Four Views on the Historical Adam Will Remain Relevant for the Next Decade" Says William Barrick

Categories Theology Old Testament

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Historical_adamFor the past few years many have been discussing whether Adam was a real, historical figure or an archetype and representative of humanity.

To foster this healthy debate four biblical scholars came together to offer Four Views on the Historical Adam. OT professor and contributor William Barrick believes this book will remain relevant for the next decade because it address 3 critical issues:

1) What the Bible says about Adam.

2) Implications of the second Adam's role in light of the first Adam.

3) What many people are reading and researching on their own.

People are asking questions, establishing positions, and seeking contrary arguments. Which is why Barrick believes the historical Adam "is a hot button topic that's not just a flash in the pan."

Watch Barrick outline his own position and then engage what will prove to be a relevant discussion for some time to come.

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