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The Bible, Rocks, and Time
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Table of Contents

Preface

List of Figures
List of Tables
Abbreviations

Introduction

Part One: Historical Perspectives
1. The Age of the Earth Through the Seventeenth Century
2. Investigation of the Earth in the Seventeenth Century
3. The Emergence of Modern Geology
4. Harmonizing Geological Chronology and Scripture in the Nineteenth Century
5. Antiquity of the Earth: Twentieth Century to the Present

Part Two: Biblical Perspectives
6. The Bible and the Antiquity of the Earth: Part One
7. The Bible and the Antiquity of the Earth: Part Two

Part Three: Geological Perspectives
8. The Nature and Nurture of the Stratigraphic Record
9. Fossil Graveyards: A Rumble in the Jumble?
10. Sands Through the Hourglass: Sedimentation, Ancient Environments and Time
11. Of Time, Temperature and Turkeys: Clues from the Depths
12. Time and the Stratigraphy of the Michigan Basin: A Case Study
13. Illumination from the Range of Light: The Sierra Nevada
14. Radiometric Dating: Part One
15. Radiometric Dating: Part Two

Part Four: Philosophical Perspectives
16. Uniformitarianism, Catastrophism and Empiricism
17. Creationism, Evangelism and Apologetics

Index of Names
Index of Subjects

About the Author

Davis A. Young (Ph.D., Brown University) is Professor Emeritus of Geology at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Ralph F. Stearley (Ph.D., University of Michigan) is professor of geology and chairman of the department of geology, geography and environmental studies at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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"This book would be especially helpful for:

  • Christian college students with a major or interest in science
  • Pastors and youth workers who need a viable, Biblically-sound alternative to young-Earth creationism
  • Non-believing scientists, doctors and engineers who reject Christianity because they think faith in Christ is incompatible with science
  • Anyone who has an interest in the relationship between science (especially geology) and the Bible
--The Geo Christian (geochristian.wordpress.com), September 11, 2008

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