Hugh Ross and Gleason Archer team up for this written debate, moderated and edited by David Hagopian. The topic: the meaning of the word day as used in Genesis 1. The exchange begins with J. Ligon Duncan, III, and David W. Hall, who present their case for interpreting the "days" as six sequential twenty-four-hour periods. Second, Ross and Archer make a case for interpreting the creation days as six sequential long time spans. Lee Irons and Meredith G. Kline present the view that the days in Genesis provide a non-sequential literary framework. Each team then responds to the others' views.
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