This presentation will focus on the various attempts to harmonize the Genesis account of origins with geological and anthropological theory, especially as they are reflected in "Gap Theory" and "Day-Age Theory" of Genesis one. Special attention will be given to the theory of "Theistic Evolution" which many recent Christian and non-Christian scholars have found fashionable.
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Davis, John J.
"Life, Time and Man,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 1, Article 42.
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