Days of Creation: Literal Days or Long Ages?
Is the Genesis Account of Creation History, Symbol, Myth, or Legend?
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Is the Genesis account of creation literal history and fact, or is it symbol, myth, and legend? Are the days of creation literal days or long ages ("Progressive Creation")? What effect do such questions have regarding the evidence for our faith in God, Jesus, and the Bible? Can the Bible teaching about creation be harmonized with the claims of evolution and many "scientists" that the earth and life developed gradually over billions of years?
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