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Genesis is about more than the T. rex and trilobites. Genesis establishes the basic parameters of living on God’s Earth according to His precepts in His Word. It sets forth the Creator’s design and instruction for all that is, including humanity.
The existence of other creation myths actually lends strength to our case rather than weakening it. It shows that other cultures knew the truth of creation, but their stories have been altered from the correct biblical version over the centuries.
Proponents of the gap theory have reinterpreted Scripture to try to make it fit the idea of millions of years. The gap theory does not rest upon the impregnable rock of Holy Scripture but is founded upon the shifting sands of the ideas of those who want to believe the evolutionary teaching of millions of years.
A common argument against young-earth creationism is that gaps exist in the genealogies listed in the fifth and tenth chapters of Genesis. The old-earth proponent assumes that if gaps exist, then one cannot claim to know an approximate age of the earth based on biblical data.
The fall of mankind, the entrance of sin, and the need for Christ to die for us originated in Genesis 3. Would we expect to see Christ there? Absolutely, but perhaps more than you realize.
Did God really create everything in six literal, 24-hour days? A study of the Hebrew text and biblical teaching as a whole reveals that He did!
One popular interpretation of Genesis 1 shoehorns a millions-of-years gap between verses 1 and 2. Is this a valid interpretation?
The Garden of Eden was paradise on earth without sin, death, or suffering. Sadly, it was in Eden that man rebelled against God, bringing death as a result.
Many Christians say it doesn’t matter what you believe about Genesis and the question of origins or Earth’s age. The gospel, however, rests upon Genesis!
One lecturer rejects “the most straightforward undersatnding of Genesis” not for grammatical reasons but to fit man’s fallible “science.”
A functional view of the image of God based on evolutionary presuppositions will ultimately have an impact on how one understands sin and salvation.
Imagine the first chapter of Genesis unfolding before your eyes.
This paper aims to present a detailed overview of interpretations offered by conservative biblical scholars on the identity of “the sons of God” in Genesis 6.PDF Download
A major shift in thinking seems to be occurring in contemporary evangelical thinking.PDF Download
Creationist studies are replete with discussions of Genesis 1:1–2:3 and 5:28–9:29, but Genesis 2:4–3:24, has remained largely untouched.PDF Download
Atheist Fibbs’s testimony is a stern reminder of the importance of showing the world they can trust the secure foundation for truth—the book of Genesis.
“In the beginning, there was water.” It’s not quite Genesis 1:1–2, but the conclusion of a new study does line up with the Genesis account.
Old-earth proponents’ own words indicate that evolutionary theories about the history and age of the earth and universe are the determining factor influencing their understanding of Genesis 1–11.
In one of the strangest news stories we’ve examined to date, an Oxford biologist declares that Genesis is incredibly accurate; then says “creationism is totally unfounded”; then admits “the first page of the Bible . . . doesn’t spell out any of the science in detail.”
Many people who have written on Genesis 1 have attempted to make a very significant distinction between two Hebrew words found there.
Genesis should be foundational to every human society. If those truths are ignored, distorted or rejected, consequences will occur—they will be litigated and, if successful, imposed upon society.
The Religious Studies departments of secular universities almost always work hard to undermine biblical authority.
The Tulsa Park and Recreation Board voted Thursday morning (July 7) to drop the previously approved plans to add a creation exhibit at the Tulsa Zoo in Oklahoma, USA.
The Tulsa (Oklahoma USA) Park and Recreation Board voted 3-1 last month to approve a Genesis-account-of-creation exhibit for display at the municipal Tulsa Zoo.
God was telling me 6 actual days and man was telling me billions of years. I was confused by this and couldn't read the Bible effectively.
When confronted with what the Bible says about origins, many Christians have argued that God could not have communicated that He created in this manner to people in a pre-scientific age.
My purpose in writing is to warn readers of books which appear to be evangelical but are not.
I frequently feel so frustrated when I hear people belittle a belief in creation.
What theological message can you learn from kitchen renovations? Well, ordinarily not a whole lot! Let me explain.
Why did the emperors sacrifice a bull on the great white marble Altar of Heaven at an annual ceremony, the year’s most important and colourful celebration, the so-called ‘Border Sacrifice’?
Here are seven Chinese Characters that show that the ancient Chinese knew the Gospel message found in the book of Genesis.
Many claim that Genesis was based upon borrowed pagan ideas. In reality, the Genesis account of recent creation is in direct opposition to pagan long-age superstitions.
A pastor’s wife called me to plead with us not to, as she put it, ‘alienate people in the church’ with our stand on the ‘non-essentials in Genesis.’
The Bible records have been preserved intact, without needing to be dug up. These Bibles contains factual records of the highest order.
Basil countered various heresies in his writings, including the allegorizing Genesis and all manner of strange interpretations of the rest of Scripture.
Who was defending God so strongly with the claim God’s power could be enhanced if we believe in evolution? Who was defending religion so strongly that he felt the writer of Genesis could be wrong?
When Luther looked at the text of Genesis concerning creation, he marvelled at Moses’ use of simple words and was troubled by the way many commentators and writers had confused the clear scripture.
Poets sometimes talk about “waters,” and indeed the Hebrew poet, David, in the Bible speaks about the “still waters.”