Christians, scientists debate the existence of Adam and Eve
St. Paul, Minn. — A growing number of Evangelical scientists are openly saying they don't believe in Adam and Eve, a position that has them facing criticism from other conservative Christians. Midmorning looks at the debate over the biblical story of creation, and why it matters.
- Fazale Rana: vice president of Reasons to Believe, an evangelical think tank. He has a PhD in chemistry and served as a senior scientist for Proctor and Gamble. He is the author of "who Was Adam?"
- Denis Lamoureux: associate professor of science and religion, St. Joseph's College, the University of Alberta. He is the author of "I Love Jesus and I Accept Evolution."