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Sunday, October 11, 2015

Atheistically Speaking - A Mulligan

 In this episode, I circle back to some of the things that I discussed with Thomas Smith on his podcast Atheistically Speaking. I wasn't entirely happy with some of my responses so I wanted to flesh them out a little more here. I discuss everything from the literary master of the Bible to the Bible's polemical use of the Enuma Elish.

I also discuss my views on the ever controversial Genesis 1 creation account - this will be a delight to YEC and OEC alike!

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As I mentioned, here are some of the sources you can use to look into what I discussed. In addition to these, I recommend looking up a lecture by John Walton called Reading Genesis Through Ancient Eyes.


Various Views:
Genesis Debate: Three Views on the Days of Creation edited by David Hagopian
Reading Genesis 1-2: An Evangelical Conversation by J. Daryl Charles
Did God Create In Six Days edited by Joseph Pipa and David Hall
Four Views on the Historical Adam edited by Ardel B. Caneday

Old Earth Views
Genesis One: A Scientific Perspective by Hugh Ross
In The Beginning by E. J. Young
7 Days that Divide the World by John Lennox
God's Pattern for Creation: A Covenantal Reading of Genesis 1 by W. Robert Godfrey
A Biblical Case for an Old Earth by David Snoke

Young Earth Views
The Genesis Record by Henry Morris
In the Beginning of the World: A Scientific Study of Genesis 1-11 by Henry Morris

Literary/Historical Views
In The Beginning We Misunderstood by Miller and Soden
Kingdom Prologue by Meredith Kline (Framework Model)
The Lost World of Genesis One by John Walton
Genesis 1 As Ancient Cosmology by John Walton
Last Things First by J.V. Fesko
In the Beginning: The Opening Chapters of Genesis by Henri Blocher
Genesis 1-4: A Linguistic, Literary, and Theological Commentary by C. John Collins

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