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Teaching High School HomeSchoolers about Creation: The Gap Theory

THE GAP THEORY In the light of the weaknesses found within the day-age theory, some people have invented another theory called the gap theory. The gap theory, or ruin and reconstruction theory, proposes that God originally created the heavens and the earth in Genesis 1:1. There was then a judgment and a cataclysm, some kind [...]

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Teaching High School HomeSchoolers About Genesis 1

GENESIS 1 If we interpret Genesis 1 in the light of what is actually there, we will find a very different picture than what has been proposed. “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” God created first of all an expanse and an earth – the word “heaven” means expanse. We seem [...]

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Teaching High School HomeSchoolers about Creation:The Fossil Record

THE FOSSIL RECORD Does the fossil record present a problem in the origin of man? Anthropologists, constantly uncovering human bones, tell us exactly how long ago they think these people lived, what they were, where they lived and the importance of their place in man’s ancestry. How do they obtain all this information and how [...]

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Teaching Homeschoolers about when Jesus was a Child

When Jesus was a Baby and Child Jesus was born at Nazareth, a small town of Galilee, which before his time had no celebrity. All his life he was designated by the name of “the Nazarene,” and it is only by a rather embarrassed and roundabout way [NOTE: The census effected by Quirinus, to which [...]

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