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Age of the earth
Data from many different sources point to a young age for the cosmos; not billions of years.
by Don Batten
2 Peter 3:8—‘one day is like a thousand years’
Doesn’t 2 Peter 3:8 indicate that the days of creation might not be literal, but thousands of years long?
by Jonathan Sarfati
How long were the days of Genesis 1?
What did God intend us to understand by the Hebrew words He used?
by Russell Grigg
The meaning of yôm in Genesis 1:1–2:4
Despite claims to the contrary, the meaning of yôm in Genesis is not in doubt.
by Francis Humphrey
Yom is not an Eon
Some argue the Hebrew word yôm in Genesis 1 means a long time period because they try to fit billions of years into the Bible. Have they got a point?
by Lucien Tuinstra
God created with functional maturity, not ‘appearance of age’
Did Adam and Eve have navels, and the first trees have growth rings? Did God create light in transit from stars? What did Philip Gosse really teach?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Evolution/long ages contradicts Genesis order of Creation
Genesis and evolution disagree about both time frame and order of events.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Biblical reasons to affirm the creation days were 24 hour periods
There are sound biblical reasons to interpret the days of creation as normal-length days.
by Lita Sanders
Sevens in the Bible: a reason to doubt God created in a literal week?
A reason to doubt God created in a literal week?
by Shaun Doyle
Does the Bible compel an old-earth interpretation?
Is the Bible so clearly an old-earth book that a young-earth reading is absurd?
by Shaun Doyle
John Nelson Darby, the Scofield Reference Bible, and the rise of old-earth creationism
How did they help promote old earth creationism?
by Andrew Sibley