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Many old-earth creationists (OEC) try to get around young-earth creationist arguments about there being no death (animal or human) before Adam sinned.
In a blog post for The Gospel Coalition, Justin Taylor presented his reasons for doubting that the days of creation in Genesis 1 were literal 24-hour days.
Two revolutions had a significant effect on life in Britain and the wider Western world in the 18th and early 19th centuries.
The fundamental features of geological study, namely, field work, collection, and theory construction, were not developed until the 16th to 18th centuries.
Many Christians do not understand the stranglehold that philosophical naturalism has on geology and astronomy.
This book is an addition to the creationist literature in that it is further strong evidence that Hugh Ross, Gleason Archer and other old-earth proponents do not have a historical leg to stand on.
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