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The Genesis Debate : Three Views on the Days of Creation

by David G. Hagopian (Editor), Gleason L. Archer (Foreword), J. Ligon Duncan, III (Contributor), David W. Hall (Contributor), Lee Irons (Contributor)2 more, Meredith G. Kline (Contributor), Hugh Ross (Editor)

Other authors: Norman L. Geisler (Foreword)

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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.
J. Ligon Duncan III and David W. Hall defend the view that the Genesis creation days are six, sequential days, each 24 hours long (the 24-hour view). Hugh Ross and Gleason L. Archer defend the view that the Genesis creation days are six sequential ages of time of unspecified but finite duration (the day-age view). And Lee Irons with Meredith G. Kline defend the view that the Genesis creation days are presented as normal days, but that the picture of God's creating in six days and resting on the seventh is figurative (the Framework view).
Whether you are new to the creation-day debate or have followed it for some time, The Genesis Debate will deepen your understanding and strengthen your faith.
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Hagopian, David G.Editorprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Archer, Gleason L.Forewordmain authorall editionsconfirmed
Duncan, J. Ligon, IIIContributormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Hall, David W.Contributormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Irons, LeeContributormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Kline, Meredith G.Contributormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Ross, HughEditormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Geisler, Norman L.Forewordsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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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.

J. Ligon Duncan III and David W. Hall defend the view that the Genesis creation days are six, sequential days, each 24 hours long (the 24-hour view). Hugh Ross and Gleason L. Archer defend the view that the Genesis creation days are six sequential ages of time of unspecified but finite duration (the day-age view). And Lee Irons with Meredith G. Kline defend the view that the Genesis creation days are presented as normal days, but that the picture of God's creating in six days and resting on the seventh is figurative (the Framework view).

Whether you are new to the creation-day debate or have followed it for some time, The Genesis Debate will deepen your understanding and strengthen your faith.

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