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May 24, 2014

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Q: Why do we insist on a young earth?

A: Of course, the reason for insisting on a young earth is because biblical authors took Genesis as literal history and an eyewitness account provided and guaranteed accurate by the Creator Himself. Jesus also took Genesis as literal history. So, the outcome of letting Scripture interpret Scripture is a young earth and universe.

The Hebrew language and context used in Genesis 1 can only mean literal (24 hour) days. Furthermore, as history, the genealogies in Genesis 5 and 11 provide an accurate chronology, so that from the creation of the first man, Adam, to the present day is only about 6,000 years. Since the earth was only created five literal days before Adam, then on the authority of Godís Word, the earth is only about 6,000 years old.

Read the whole article to explore reasons why the earth is perceived as old.

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