The Fourth Day: What the Bible and the Heavens are Telling Us about the Creation

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1986 - Religion - 286 pages
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Tries to combine the biblical and scientific views of the universe's creation, and looks at how perception of the world has changed from biblical times to the present.
 

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The fourth day: what the Bible and the heavens are telling us about the creation

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Van Till, a professor of physics and astronomy at Calvin College, convincingly argues that those who present the creation/evolution controversy as an either/or issue are doing both religion and ... Read full review

Contents

Taking the Bible Seriously
3
The View from Palestine
20
The Heavens according to Scripture
39
The Form and Content of Scriptural Talk about Creation
57
He Made the Stars Also
75
THE SCIENTIFIC VIEW
95
Taking the Cosmos Seriously
97
The Scientific Study of Stellar Properties
120
Cosmic Chronology and Evolution
168
INTEGRATING THE TWO VIEWS
191
Taking Both the Bible and the Cosmos Seriously
193
More Heat Than Light The CreationEvolution Debate
216
The Creationomic Perspective
249
Recommendations for Further Reading
273
Index
279
Copyright

The Scientific Investigation of Stellar Behavior and History
139

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Page 9 - The Word was made flesh, he lived among us, and we saw his glory, the glory that is his as the only Son of the Father, full of grace and truth.

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Howard J. Van Till is professor of physics at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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