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Creation in Six Days: A Defense of the Traditional Reading of Genesis One (edition 1999)
by James B. Jordan (Author)
Creation in Six Days: A Defense of the Traditional Reading of Genesis One by James B. Jordan
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Jordan's account is primarily designed to answer any approach to the text of Genesis, such as the increasingly popular Framework Hypothesis, that pits the text's literary features against its historical and narrative sense, a move that reveals a latent Gnosticism. We're happy to announce that Jordan's position is in line with the Westminster Confession. Oh, and the Bible. "This new book by James Jordan addresses with precision, charity, and biblical fidelity the strange and confusing situation amongst evangelical, Reformed scholars on the doctrine of creation." -Douglas Kelly, Reformed Theological Seminary "Jordan defends the traditional reading of the creation account with a command of biblical theology rarely encountered. But Jordan does more. He precisely and convincingly identifies exegetical errors in opposing positions. Moreover, he reveals the subtle influences of gnosticism and false assumptions of science which are behind modern interpretations. This is an outstanding contribution." -Rev. James Bordwine, Th.D
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)231.7 — Religions Christian doctrinal theology God; Unity; Trinity Relation to the world - divine law and miracles
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