How could Adam have named millions of different species on Day 6 if it was only 24 hours? This is a common objection to a straightforward view of Genesis 1.
Waltke’s overall approach to the creation account and the interpretation he adopts in this commentary is not much different from what he has previously written on this subject.
This volume is the most recent in a spate of publications presenting multiple views on Genesis and creation. This one focuses on what the Bible says about the length of the creation days.
The subject of this work is the relationship between science and Christianity. Four views are presented and the representatives of each respond to every other presentation.
In Genesis Unbound, Sailhamer adopts a unique view of the creation account in order to harmonise it with the claims of modern science.
Hebrews 4:1–11 has been used by a number of ‘progressive’ creationists as ‘evidence’ that the Bible can be reconciled with the billions of years postulated by evolutionists/uniformitarians.
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