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I was so sad after talking with someone in our ministry who had recently put their faith in Jesus and gotten baptized.  I asked this person how their Bible study was going and they told me it wasn’t…because they didn’t believe anymore.  I asked them why they didn’t believe and they told me it was because they believed in evolution and they realized they couldn’t believe in both the Bible/Jesus and evolution.  So they gave up their faith.

In response to this, I asked Anna Groves to write a guest post about this subject, with the aim of speaking to people in a similar boat as this person.  It breaks my heart to think people are missing out on Jesus’ shed blood for their sins because they think it is incompatible with evolution.  Anna is a 4th year PhD student at Michigan State University in the Plant Biology department and the Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Behavior program.  She blogs about the co-mingling of faith and science at her blog.  What follows is a guest post from Anna Groves, who was gracious enough to write this for AtACrossroads.net; feel free to comment within the blog comments and Anna and/or myself will interact with you, and you can also interact directly with Anna via her blog.  For those curious, these are Anna’s views, not mine.  I don’t agree with 100% of what Anna says, but I do think it is 100% helpful to so many people out there, one of whom might be you:

Can someone believe in evolution and still have saving faith in Jesus?

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