From: Dick Fischer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Sep 29 2003 - 12:56:12 EDT
>...........Could someone refer me to succinct statements of these
>nonsensical ideas in ICR and AIG sites (or ASA archives or one of the ASA
ICR was founded by Henry Morris who wrote "The Genesis Record." Here are
some low lights:
... it is as obvious as anything could be that the fossil record
now found in the sedimentary rocks of the earth's crust could
only have been formed sometime after man sinned.
Talking about the days of creation being 24-hour periods even though the
sun (in their interpretation) wasn't created until the fourth day:
The formula may be rendered literally: "And there was evening,
then morning--day one," and so on. It is clear that, beginning
with the first day and continuing thereafter, there was established
a cyclical succession of days and nights--periods of light and
periods of darkness.
Such a cyclical light-dark arrangement clearly means that the earth
was now rotating on its axis and that there was a source of light on
one side of the earth corresponding to the sun, even though the sun
was not yet made (Genesis 1:16). It is equally clear that the length
of such days could only have been that of a normal solar day.
Postulating the "vapor canopy":
In the original world, however, there was no rainfall on the earth.
As originally created, the earth's daily water supply came primarily
from local evaporation and condensation.
If you want more, read the book.
Dick Fischer - Genesis Proclaimed Association
Finding Harmony in Bible, Science, and History
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