A recent six-day creation.

Did God create the whole universe, including the original plants, animals, and first two people (Adam and Eve) in six literal 24-hour days? Or did creation take place over millions of years?

Everywhere else in the Old Testament, when the Hebrew word for “day” (yom) appears with “evening” or “morning” or is modified by a number (e.g., “sixth day” or “five days”), it always means a 24-hour day.

There is no biblical or scientific reason to be ashamed of believing in a recent six-day creation. God has spoken clearly and truthfully. Will you trust His Word over the arrogant claims of sinful men? By Dr. Terry Mortenson, Answers in Genesis

Genesis 1:5 God called the light Day, and the darkness He called Night. So the evening and the morning were the first day.

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3 Responses to A recent six-day creation.

  1. Mike says:

    What is significant about the evening and the morning being the first day I wonder?

  2. John L Owens says:

    Jesus said, “from the beginning of the creation God made them male and female.” (Mark 10:6) – not a thousand or million years later. From Adam we have the genealogical record, still no million years.Young earth creationists shouldn’t feel foolish for believing the Bible. Scientific support is available too. Yes, believing scientists.

  3. bnholmes14 says:

    As Christian, we are to believe in Gods word, since it is His word! Many people in the world today want to explain the creation through science, which is their own idea of how they believe all things came into existence, or what most fits their idea, not to mention that they want to fit into the educated groups, rather than suffer by being laughed at as a dumb uneducated person. As a believer of the one true God, I don’t question His word but believe it! I am reminded of what the Bible says about the wisdom in the world, those that follow that wisdom shall perish. We need more strong Christians to stand up for God word.

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