The Genesis Debate: Three Views on the Days of Creation

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Crux Press, 2001 - Religion - 319 pages
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Are the Genesis creation days 24 hours long? Ages of time? Or a literary framework? In The Genesis Debate, three teams of evangelicals committed to the infallibility and inerrancy of Scripture tackle this question head-on by presenting and defending their respective views in a lively, yet friendly, forum. --from publisher description.

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User Review  - Aubrey Bowditch - Goodreads

2 out of the 3 viewpoints were well argumented. Disappointed in the 24-hour view's lack of exegesis in his defense. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Scientist and author Hugh Ross was the youngest person to serve as director of observations for Vancouver's Royal Astronomical Society. He received a provincial scholarship and a National Research Council of Canada fellowship to study at the University of Columbia, the University of Toronto and at Caltech in the US. Ross is a lecturer in the Simon Greenleaf Institute of Apologetics at Trinity Law School in California. He has written many books and hosts the TV show Reasons to Believe, which is also the name of the organization he founded in 1986.

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