The next time some learned person slowly and patiently begins to explain to you that “there is no conflict between faith and science, when both are properly understood … “, ask him point blank:
“Professor, by “science” I take it you mean Darwinism. Is that right? Few actual sciences are controversial for most Christians.
Now, you are asking Christians to change their basic understanding of human nature to conform to the latest from Darwinism/”evolutionary psychology”.
So is there any thesis in Darwinism that it would be right for a Christian to reject, on the basis of received wisdom from the millennia? Any thesis at all?”
Ask but don’t expect a coherent answer, never mind an honest or believable one.
After all, what can he say? If he knew enough about the evolution controversies to know that Darwinism is implausible as the key driver of changes in life, he would not talk the rot that he does. But chances are he can’t afford to know that much.
For him, the honest answer would be, “No, nothing. Every bit of Christian wisdom falls, once challenged, before the vagaries of Darwinism.”
In other words, the man isn’t a Christian. Fine, nice to get that straight. Except you won’t likely get that straight an answer from him.
So this exercise is only for fun.