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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
Calvin said: Genesis means what it says
One of Christendom’s most significant reformers was in no doubt about what Genesis taught regarding the age of the earth.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Is Genesis 1 only about functional creation?
John Walton’s claim that Genesis 1 is exclusively about functional creation is considered and critiqued.
by Keaton Halley
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
Foliage in fast forward
Critics say mature plants during creation week are a problem for biblical creationists.
by Keaton Halley
Creation days and Orthodox Jewish tradition
When the traditional sources are consulted, a day is literally a day.
by Paul James-Griffiths
What was the ancient Jewish view of creation?
In the centuries before and after the coming of Jesus Christ, how did Jewish theologians understand the creation account in Genesis?
by David Malcolm
Genesis is history!
The language of Genesis shows that it’s history, and that’s how the rest of the Bible treats it.
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
Adam and Eve
What does the Bible tell us about our earliest ancestors?
by Lita Sanders
Did God do what He said He did?
Dr Jonathan Sarfati answers a query on the length of God’s days.
by Jonathan Sarfati
A Defense of Six-Day Creation
A former compromising pastor explains why he now believes that a strong stance on Genesis is critical for the church.
by G I Williamson