Tags: bible* + creation*

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  1. Physicist Ard Louis looks at two important aspects of time to consider when reading Genesis 1: chronology and the idea of “deep time”.
    http://biologos.org/blog/understandin...the-majesty-and-glory-of-god-in-time/
    Tags: , , , , by jason (2010-01-25)
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  2. An exploration of how to read Genesis without injecting modern ideas into the ancient text.
    http://community.berea.edu/scienceandfaith/essay03.asp
    Tags: , , by jason (2009-10-03)
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  3. Good summary of problems with interpreting Genesis 2 to mean that there was "no death before the fall of man." Particularly interesting is the discussion of defining some creatures as "nephesh," soul-bearing creatures and others as not.
    http://www.answersincreation.org/death.htm
    Tags: , , , , by jason (2009-08-05)
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    http://www.godandscience.org/youngearth/death.html
    Tags: , by jason (2009-03-19)
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  5. An examination of several interpretations of Genesis 3, discussing the timing of when moral and natural evil (or sin) entered the world.
    http://www.asa3.org/ASA/topics/Bible-Science/PSCF3-96Issac.html
    Tags: , , , , , , by jason (2008-07-28)
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    http://evanevodialogue.blogspot.com/2...reting-genesis-creation-accounts.html
    Tags: , , , by jason (2008-06-13)
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    http://www.mychurch.org/blog/127438/PCA-Report-on-Creation
    Tags: , , by jason (2008-02-27)
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