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David H. Lane

President

Wellington Christian Apologetics Society

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David H Lane
Luke's genealogy of Christ regards Adam, Seth and Noah as being as historical as Abraham, David and Christ. The early chapters of Genesis are to be viewed completely as factual history - just as much so as the records concerning Abraham, David, Solomon or Jesus Christ. See also David H. Lane, A Critique of Theistic Evolution (2 Parts): David Lane gained his MSc (Hons) degree in Zoology from Victoria University, Wellington, in 1984, and has published in the fields of biology and theology in New Zealand and North America. He has been actively researching the fields of human evolution, speciation theory and theology for more than twenty years. David lives with his wife, daughter and son in Wellington. He is currently President of the Wellington Christian Apologetics Society (Inc) and editor of the Society's journal Apologia which seeks to provide a reasoned defence for the Christian faith.


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David H LaneLuke's genealogy of Christ regards Adam, Seth and Noah as being as historical as Abraham, David and Christ.The early chapters of Genesis are to be viewed completely as factual history - just as much so as the records concerning Abraham, David, Solomon or Jesus Christ. See also David H. Lane, A Critique of Theistic Evolution (2 Parts): 1. "Special Creation or Evolution: No Middle Ground", Bibliotheca Sacra (Jan-March 1994) Vol.151 No. 601:11-31; 2. "Theological Problems with Theistic Evolution", Bibliotheca Sacra (April-June 1994).Vol.151.No. 602: 155-174.David Lane gained his MSc (Hons) degree in Zoology from Victoria University, Wellington, in 1984, and has published in the fields of biology and theology in New Zealand and North America.He has been actively researching the fields of human evolution, speciation theory and theology for more than twenty years.David lives with his wife, daughter and son in Wellington.He is currently President of the Wellington Christian Apologetics Society (Inc) and editor of the Society's journal Apologia which seeks to provide a reasoned defence for the Christian faith. | Top | Home | Back to Index of Issue 28 |


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David Lane, Wellington NZ - Editor APOLOGIA - Focus on James Veitch
David H. Lane M.Sc. (Hons.), Dip. Tchg. Apologia Editor In contrast David Lane offers a critique of the inadequacies and errors of Teilhard's thought, outlining both the nature and extent of its divergence from orthodox Christian faith, and giving insight into the degree to which many New Age philosophies claim inspiration from the works of this populariser of the notion of spiritual evolution. It is a moot point, as Lane himself makes clear, whether New Age thinkers are deliberately reflecting on and extending Teilhard's thought or whether instead they are simply calling upon his name in order to give some academic respectability to their own work. Nevertheless, Lane's book critiques the extent to which Teilhard's attempt to graft Christianity onto evolutionary theory issues in the kinds of pantheism, monism and gnosticism favoured by New Agers. There can be little doubt, as Anne Roche Muggeridge has observed and Lane abundantly confirms that, despite his retention of the language of Christian dogma, Teilhard's reliogio-philosophical writings empty that language of its traditional content. While Teilhard undoubtedly enjoys some degree of influence upon Roman Catholic theology, for instance, Lane tends to overplay that influence. He relies rather too heavily on reactionary critics while ignoring the mainstream of Catholic theology represented by such figures as Rahner, von Balthasar. Congar and Kasper. These criticisms should not unduly detract however, from the valuable study of Teilhard that Lane has presented. He promises us another book offering a more comprehensive critique of Teilhard's theological and philosophical work. We can expect that work too to be carefully argued, thoroughly documented and to provide further evidence that Teilhard is a false prophet whose engaging rhetoric ought not to blind us to the erroneous nature of his theological vision. Lane is in the process of making a very important contribution to the literature on Teilhard. Filed Under: TheologyTagged With: David H Lane, David Lane Wellington, Prophet for a New Age, Teilhard de Chardin, The Phenomenon of Teilhard This is especially true of three long essays by the editor, David H. Lane. He writes: "While there is sometimes a fine line between argument that is ad hominem and a rigorous critique, we have sought to avoid charges/accusations of dishonesty, stupidity, hypocrisy, and the like, even though the subject of our investigation regularly directs such barbs at his critics." A range of thought-provoking scholarly essays are provided by contributors including: the late Dr. George Duggan SM, one of New Zealand's leading Catholic theologians; Dr Jonathan Sarfati, author of Refuting Evolution (1999); Michael Bott, former Vice-President of WCAS; David H. Lane, current WCAS President and author of The Phenomenon of Teilhard (1996); Prof. Gerald O'Collins, the late Archbishop of NZ Brian Davis; Dr Frank Mobbs; Kathleen Loncar; David Mills; The Very Rev. Dr Peter C. Moore (Dean and President of Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry); Dr Stephen M. Smith , Prof. of Theology & Ethics, Trinity Episcopal School of Ministry; Wayne Jackson and others. Filed Under: UncategorizedTagged With: Apologia, David H Lane, David H Lane author, David Lane Hataitai Wellington, David Lane Wellington New Zealand, David Lane Wellington NZ, Focus on John Shelby Spong, John Shelby Spong, WCAS, Wellington Christian Apologetcics Society DAVID LANE, Wellington, NZ Author - ThE PHENOMENON OF TEILHARD In The Phenomenon of Teilhard, David Lane makes a thorough and well-documented case for the thesis that a relatively obscure Jesuit priest, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955), exerted a major influence on the evolving modernist theology of the church as well as the New Age movement within Western civilization. Teilhard was determined to reconcile the doctrine of evolution with Christianity, and Lane shows how he changed the Christ presented in Scripture into a universal redeemer, the "cosmic emergence of the Spirit" (p. 20). Filed Under: BooksTagged With: David Lane, David Lane NZ, David Lane Wellington, David Lane Wellington NZ, Mercer University Press, Prophet for a New Age, Teilhard de Chardin, The Phenomenon of Man David Lane, Wellington NZ - Editor APOLOGIA - Focus on James Veitch


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Here, DAVID H. LANE recalls the life of the literary giant of the 20th century and the vision he sought so passionately to communicate through the witness of his life and writings.C.S. Lewis, author of the classic children's Narnia books which are about to make their big screen debut, used persuasion and fantasy to popularise and defend what he saw as the essential truths of the Christian faith.David H. Lane MSc (Hons), Dip Tchg is the president of the Wellington Christian Apologetics Society and executive secretary and spokesman for the Society for the Promotion of Community Standards.


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David H LaneLuke's genealogy of Christ regards Adam, Seth and Noah as being as historical as Abraham, David and Christ.The early chapters of Genesis are to be viewed completely as factual history - just as much so as the records concerning Abraham, David, Solomon or Jesus Christ. See also David H. Lane, A Critique of Theistic Evolution (2 Parts): 1. "Special Creation or Evolution: No Middle Ground", Bibliotheca Sacra (Jan-March 1994) Vol.151 No. 601:11-31; 2. "Theological Problems with Theistic Evolution", Bibliotheca Sacra (April-June 1994).Vol.151.No. 602: 155-174.David Lane gained his MSc (Hons) degree in Zoology from Victoria University, Wellington, in 1984, and has published in the fields of biology and theology in New Zealand and North America.He has been actively researching the fields of human evolution, speciation theory and theology for more than twenty years.David lives with his wife, daughter and son in Wellington.He is currently President of the Wellington Christian Apologetics Society (Inc) and editor of the Society's journal Apologia which seeks to provide a reasoned defence for the Christian faith.


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