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Resources: Creation/Evolution

How do you comprehend infinity and the monstrous size of the universe?

Personally, I think it is marvelous that the universe is so vast and that God is said to have created it with His fingers. Effortless. No big thing. "He made the stars also" (Genesis 1:14), like a universe 150 billion light years across. If we could wrap our mind around the vastness of creation, it might make us think that it is small and we are bigger than we are. The truth is that creation is incomprehensibly vast and we are indeed very small.

Why doesn’t Genesis 1:1 state that the world was created ex nihilo?

I’m sure this passage in Genesis could have been further clarified, but perhaps it doesn’t need to be. God must have created out of nothing because there was nothing before he created (otherwise he would not be God). 

An Eternal Perspective on Creation: Creation Magazine Interview

Lita Cosner, Creation Magazine writer, chats with Randy Alcorn, founder and director of Eternal Perspective Ministries. Article originally published in April 2012 edition of Creation Magazine, http://creation.com/randy-alcorn-interview.

Ten Major Flaws of Evolution - Revised

I wrote the following article many years ago, and it has now been through two revisions. Thanks to Phil Gaskill for working on the latest revision and providing additional updated information.

Do you believe Genesis 1 describes six literal 24-hour days?

earthDo you believe Genesis 1 is the record of God preparing Eden for human habitation in six literal 24-hour days?

Yes, it just seems so difficult to find other positions in the text without importing them.

Psalm 19: God’s General Revelation and Special Revelation (video)

Randy Alcorn leads the Eternal Persepective Ministries staff in a devotional time focused on the words of Psalm 19.

Why did God save the animals from the flood? (audio)

Randy Alcorn answers the question, 'Why did God save the animals from the flood?"

Are there references to the New Earth in the Old Testament Prophets? (audio)

Randy Alcorn answers the question,"Are there references to the New Earth in the Old Testament Prophets?"

Please explain your interchangeable use of the Hebrew words bara (create) and asah (restore)

Question from a reader:

Please explain your interchangeable use of the Hebrew words bara (create from nothing) and asah (restore) in Chapter 9 of Heaven. With the distinction blurred, what does that do to the doctrines of origin?

Photos taken in Maui by Randy Alcorn, April 2005



And God said, “Let the waters swarm with swarms of living creatures, and let birds fly above the earth across the expanse of the heavens.” So God created the great sea creatures and every living creature that moves, with which the waters swarm, according to their kinds, and every winged bird according to its kind. And God saw that it was good. And God blessed them, saying, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the waters in the seas, and let birds multiply on the earth.” And there was evening and there was morning, the fifth day. (Genesis 1:20-23)

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