Finish the sequence of early Earth transformations: light, water, ______. Did you guess earthquakes? These are the first three miraculous transformations of Earth recorded in the first chapter … more
John Walton's Book, Moses and Yom, Universe's Future, Christ Preparing a Multiverse? more
There’s no better way to fill a Saturday morning than perusing the vast aisles of a members-only warehouse club—“where shopping is a baffling ordeal.” But nothing—not … more
Meaning of "day" in Scripture; Where did Cain's wife, others come from?; Was there a pre-Adamite world?; Strongest evidence against RTB's model? more
The specific duration of the creation days in Genesis chapters 1 and 2 remains an area of debate among evangelical Christians. Some biblical scholars insist that the creation days should be understood … more
It is commonly assumed by people today that the church has consistently and uniformly held to a calendar-day interpretation of Genesis 1 over its 2,000-year history. If that were true, then other … more
The historic age debate (as defined in this series) refers to the ongoing controversy in the church over the nature of the days of creation and, correspondingly, the age of the earth. This debate … more
My seventh-grade science teacher asked the class to list “the three most essential needs of human life.” The “correct” answer—water, food, and sleep—illustrates how … more
Creation Timeline Chart Genesis 1 Creation Days
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Does an “orthodox” position on the creation days exist, as it does for the Trinity and the Incarnation? Over the past few years a number of theologically conservative denominations (for … more
Perhaps you have come across (or heard about) the claim that I am a “danger” to evangelical Christianity, that I am part of the great deception of 2 Thessalonians 2:3-12. I … more
The Bible must be taken literally unless the context indicates otherwise.
The Bible is inerrant in all disciplines of scholarship.
The universe was both transcendentally and supernaturally … more