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The age of the earth is one of the most contentious issues in the creation/evolution debate. In today’s culture, the thought of creation occurring about 6,000 years ago is frequently mocked by non-Christians—and also by many Christians.
When exactly was the Flood? There are two possible ways of calculating the date. The first is from creation, and the other is from the present.
The evidence is strong that the Genesis genealogies are closed. God created Adam on Day Six, approximately 4,000 years before Christ. There does not seem to be any support for the notion that there are gaps in the Genesis genealogies.
How can we reconcile the secular history of the world with what the Bible clearly teaches? Using God's Word as authoritative, we know the pyramids of Egypt couldn't have been built prior to creation. Also, they would not have been built prior to the Flood as they would have been destroyed.
People often appeal to Egyptian chronologies as proof that man predates the biblical 6,000 years. But Egyptology, when properly understood, confirms the Bible!
The genealogies of the Bible are used to construct a biblical chronology and timeline of 6,000 years, but can these genealogies be trusted?
The time line for the divided kingdom has caused many problems recently for those who do not take the Bible as their final authority.
Did this constellation name and idea originate at the same place and from the same people before being scattered throughout the earth?
Read an excerpt from the book Grappling with the Chronology of the Flood.
For many years, Abraham was believed to have lived at the same time as Hammurabi, king of Babylon. Later scholars would date Abraham to the period shortly before the reign of Hammurabi.PDF Download
Bodie Hodge, AiG-U.S., offers an overview of the timing of the events of the Flood according to Scripture.
Some often confuse God’s statement in Genesis 6:3 as the time it took Noah to build the Ark. However, these 120 years are a countdown to the Flood.
For over a year now a team of Hebraists has been engaged in a crucial research project conducting an exhaustive linguistic and literary study of the Hebrew narrative of the Genesis Flood.
In today’s culture, the thought of creation occurring about 6,000 years ago is frequently mocked by non-Christians—and also by many Christians.
How can we reconcile the secular history of the world with what the Bible clearly teaches?