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Don't Mind The Gap

When I started this blog, I thought of it as an adventure.  Not just for me, but for anyone reading it.  I don’t really plan what I’m going to write about.   1,014 more words

Theories of Creation Part One: The Gap Theory

Within the scope of creation account interpretations, the Gap Theory is a fairly new idea.  Though there may have been adherents to it previously, it was made popular by a Presbyterian minister by the name of Thomas Chalmers.  531 more words

I Believe the Gap Fact

This statement makes me seem like a great compromiser to the modern Independent Baptist who gets his information from Ken Ham and Kent Hovind.  We should not be so shallow.   1,100 more words


Gap Theory

Gap Theory: Its Background

The Gap Theory was first proposed in 1814 by a Scottish minister named Chalmers. It was during this period that scientists were beginning to teach that the earth was billions of years in age. 849 more words


Problems with the Gap Theory

Many people believe that billions of years can be worked into the creation account described in Genesis. Buckling under crushing weight of the “evidence” for evolution, it’s easy to put so-called “science” above God’s Word and modify our understanding of the Bible to fit the timescale that evolution demands. 557 more words



Dr Jim McClure, noted theologian, shares on a current issue…

Let me preface what I am going to write with this statement: I am a creationist! 2,147 more words



How old is the earth?  Generations of Christians have looked at their King James Bibles and seen 4004 B.C. as the date of creation.  That figure was arrived at by Archbishop Ussher, who determined it largely by adding up the numbers in the genealogies. 1,518 more words