Every thoughtful person is confronted with the question as to the origin of the human race. As he looks back into history, he observes that the men now existing seem to have sprung from other men by the process of natural generation for thousands of years. In analyzing the origin of man, the biblicist is confronted with the basic issue: Did God create man immediately or mediately, was man formed directly by the hand of God or did he evolve through natural processes? The Christian must acknowledge God’s involvement, but was it direct or indirect? Volume 6, examines the difference in views between the; Theistic evolutionists and creationists, the harmony between secular science with the biblical record, the truths that constitute the ground of man’s responsibility toward his fellow man, the material and immaterial nature of man, the nature, background and consequence of the fall.