Biblical Creationism (9)125


DBTS started the spring semester of 2010 on Monday evening, January 18. One of DBTS’s professors teaches a Monday class each semester. This semester is my turn to teach the Monday night class and I am teaching one of my favorite courses Biblical Creationism.

On January 18, we covered the course requirements and the first five pages of our notes on the class introduction. With the introduction, we looked at four reasons for studying biblical creationism and the content that we will cover in the class. In a nut shell, here is the content I will cover.


If you are interested in looking at the bibliography for this class, you can download it from here.

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2 Responses to “Biblical Creationism (9)125”

  1. Paul Says:

    Just a very small nit concerning the bibliography, there are several references to the Creationist Research Society. I believe the correct name is the Creation Research Society. It’s a very fine bibliography on creation science.

    I wish I lived in the Detroit area so I could take this class.

  2. Bob McCabe Says:


    I appreciate you catching this. I have uploaded the corrected bibliography. Let me know if you see any other mistakes.

    Since I wrote my chapter on the framework interpretation in Coming to Grips with Genesis as well as with some great interaction with fellow young earth creationists, I felt like it was time to update my notes which I started compiling in the 1990s. I am excited about teaching biblical creationism this semester.

    Thanks for taking a look at my blog entry.

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