Early earth / John C. Whitcomb. [print]

By: Whitcomb, John Clement, 1924- [author]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Baker Book House, [(c)1972Description: 144 pages : illustrations ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0801095247; 9780801095245Subject(s): CreationLOC classification: BS651.E275 1972BS651.W581.E275 1972COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
The nature of biblical creation Creation was supernatural Creation was sudden Creation involved a superficial appearance of history The creation and the universe The basic approach to origins The creation of the heavens The creation of the earth Did the earth come from a proto-sun? -- The purpose of the stellar creation The creation of plants and animals Genesis and geologic timetable The original abundance of life The limits of variation The creation of mankind The dignity of man Theistic evolution The direct creation of Adam's body The antiquity of man Was the earth once a chaos? -- The basic issue -- "Was" or "became"? -- "Empty" or "chaotic"? -- Was the darkness evil? -- How many creative acts in Genesis 1? -- Other arguments.
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The nature of biblical creation Creation was supernatural Creation was sudden Creation involved a superficial appearance of history The creation and the universe The basic approach to origins The creation of the heavens The creation of the earth Did the earth come from a proto-sun? -- The purpose of the stellar creation The creation of plants and animals Genesis and geologic timetable The original abundance of life The limits of variation The creation of mankind The dignity of man Theistic evolution The direct creation of Adam's body The antiquity of man Was the earth once a chaos? -- The basic issue -- "Was" or "became"? -- "Empty" or "chaotic"? -- Was the darkness evil? -- How many creative acts in Genesis 1? -- Other arguments.

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