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Biblical dating of the earth
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Using this data, the Genesis 1: Therefore, it is ths indefensible" to argue that the text is poetry Boyd Thus, Boyd asserts that the first approach reading the text as poetry can be safely disregarded. According to Boydthen, the text must be read as a narrative. As a young-earth creationist, Boyd believes the account to be true.
However, the young-earth interpretation of the Genesis Creation account is not the only option. The Gap Theory, the Day-Age theory, and theistic Datimg are widely-accepted alternatives. Gap theory is the notion that there is an indeterminate amount of time the gap between the first two verses of Genesis. Such a gap allows for the lengthy geologic record to harmonize with the Bible. The Day-Age theory is rating notion that, while there Biblicwl no gap in time omitted by the Bible, each Creation warth was daing a o day, xating instead an age - a period of dting of years or more Ross Thus, the age of the Earth achieved by this theory can be concordant with the age reached by scientists: It is noteworthy to point out that Day-Age theorists, such as Hugh Ross, do not generally include Biblica in their theory of Creation.
Evolution is found in the theistic evolution interpretation. This option takes evolution as axiomatic and states that God used evolution to Biblial. Thus, the scientific record is valid, and the Genesis Creation account is, at most, symbolic. Conclusion One can now begin to see how it is possible to use the age of humanity, together with a given length of Creation week, to assign an age to the Earth. Let us scorn the Babylonians A man can scarcely believe them Babylonians for they reckon that, down to Alexander's crossing over into Asia, it has been four hundred and seventy-three thousand years, since they began in early times to make their observations of the stars. These were the first to hold sway in Egypt.
Thereafter, the kingship passed from one to another in unbroken succession After the Gods, Demigods reigned for 1, years; and again another line of kings held sway for 1, years; then came thirty more kings, reigning for 1, years; and then again ten kings ruling for years. There followed the rule of the Spirits of the Dead The ancient Greeks reported similar figures on ancient Egyptian chronology. Diogenes Laertius recorded that the ancient Egyptians dated their creation to their first god Hephaestuswho by interpretatio graeca was Ptah.
Thus far went the record given by the Egyptians and their priests; and they showed me that the time from the first king to that priest of Hephaestus, who was the last, covered three hundred and forty-one generations, and that in this time this also had been the number of their kings, and of their high priests. Now three hundred generations are ten thousand years, three generations being equal to a hundred. And over and above the three hundred, the remaining forty-one cover thirteen hundred and forty years. Thus the whole period is eleven thousand three hundred and forty years; in all of which time they said they had had no king who was a god in human form, nor had there been any such either before or after those years among the rest of the kings of Egypt Among the Greeks, Heracles, Dionysus, and Pan are held to be the youngest of the gods.
But in Egypt, Pan1 is the most ancient of these and is one of the eight gods who are said to be the earliest of all; Heracles belongs to the second dynasty that of the so-called twelve gods ; and Dionysus to the third, which came after the twelve. How many years there were between Heracles and the reign of Amasis, I have already shown; Pan is said to be earlier still; the years between Dionysus and Amasis are the fewest, and they are reckoned by the Egyptians at fifteen thousand. The Egyptians claim to be sure of all this, since they have reckoned the years and chronicled them in writing.