Coming to Grips with Genesis

Coming to Grips with Genesis

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Fourteen scholars present rigorous biblical and theological arguments in favor of a young earth and global Flood and also address a number of contemporary old-earth interpretations of Genesis. This unique, substantial, historical, theological, and exegetical defense of the literal history of Genesis 1-11 is designed for seminary professors and students, pastors, and missionaries, as well as laypeople and students who want to dig deeper into Scripture. Must reading especially for those inclined toward accepting millions of years.

Terry Mortenson, Ed., Ph.D.

Thane Ury, Ed., Ph.D.

Level: Semi-Technical, paperback, 450 pages.

Chapters and authors

  1. Prologue—the editors
  2. The Church Fathers on Genesis, the Flood, and the Age of the Earth—Dr. Jim Mook, Capital Bible Seminary
  3. A Brief Overview of the Exegesis of Genesis 1-11: Luther to Lyell—Dr. David Hall, Midway Presbyterian Church, Powder Springs, GA
  4. Where Did the Idea of Millions of Years Come From?—Dr. Terry Mortenson, Answers in Genesis
  5. Is Nature the 67th Book of the Bible?—Dr. Richard Mayhue, The Master's Seminary
  6. Contemporary Hermeneutical Approaches to Genesis 1-11—Dr. Todd Beall, Capital Bible Seminary
  7. The Genre of Genesis 1:1-2:3: What Means This Text?—Dr. Steven Boyd, The Master's College
  8. Can Deep Time Be Embedded into Genesis?—Dr. Trevor Craigen, The Master's Seminary
  9. A Critique of the Framework Interpretation of the Creation Week—Dr. Robert McCabe, Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary
  10. Noah's Flood and its Geological Implications—Dr. William Barrick, The Master's Seminary
  11. Do the Genesis 5 & 11 Genealogies Contain Gaps?—Dr. T. Richard Freeman, Baptist College of Florida
  12. Jesus' View of the Age of the Earth—Dr. Terry Mortenson, Answers in Genesis
  13. Apostolic Witness to Genesis Creation and the Flood—Dr. Ronald Minton, missionary, Ukraine
  14. Whence Cometh Death? A Biblical Theology of Physical Death and Natural Evil—Jim Stambaugh (PhD candidate), Baptist Bible Seminary
  15. Luther, Calvin, and Wesley on the Genesis of Natural Evil: Recovering Lost Rubrics for Defending a Very Good Creation—Dr. Thane Ury, United Wesleyan Graduate Institute, Hong Kong

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