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A Giraffe By Any Other Name… Confessions of a YEC Part 13

Hello, friends! We’re still taking a good long look into why I am a Young Earth Creationist, and we’ve reached the point where we’re looking into the text of Genesis to see what the Bible says. This is an unpopular … Continue reading

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On Planting a Field of Giraffes- Confessions of a YEC Part 12

The next objections to taking Genesis chapter one at its word come from events which are supposed to take much longer than a single day, and thus, it is argued, those days cannot be literal days: The third day, and … Continue reading

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When was the First Sunny Day?- Confessions of a YEC Part 11

Most recently I explained the various reasons why the days of Creation in Genesis 1 MUST be interpreted as normal, 24 hour, calendar days. But there are a couple of objections brought up by The Old Earth Creationist (OEC) model … Continue reading

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Are we still in the 7th day?- Confessions of a YEC part 10

The final argument from scripture which is usually associated with this attempt to lengthen the six creation days comes from the seventh day. First, many will try and argue that Hebrews 4 tells us that the Seventh day is STILL … Continue reading

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A Thousand Years is Like a Day?- Confessions of a YEC part 8:

Last time, I took a quick look at what God had to say about Creation week, and He seems to say it’s a six day work week with a day off. I say that because he says “For in six … Continue reading

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God told Moses he was a Young Earth Creationist- Confessions of a YEC part 6

Once upon a time, I thought science had well proven the ancient ages of the universe and earth, and I personally had followed the popular culture into wedding Genesis 1 with Big Bang cosmology. Turns out it was one of … Continue reading

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