The Bible Does Not Allow an Evolutionary Interpretation | The Institute for Creation Research

The Bible Does Not Allow an Evolutionary Interpretation

The Bible is very precise in its language about the timescale of creation. The very concept of our “day” is defined in the first chapter of Genesis. So, is it possible to translate the word “day” to mean “age” to accommodate the required eons of evolution? And does the biblical record have any compatibility with the story of evolution?

 

Other episodes in this series:

Five Reasons to Believe in Recent Creation (Intro)

Science Does Not Observe Evolution Happening Today

There Is No Evidence Evolution Took Place in the Past

God’s Character Absolutely Forbids Evolutionary Methods

 

          

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