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How Large Was The Ark?

In this lesson, we answer objections to the Genesis flood account due to the ark: how could the ark have endured a year of flood waters and fit all of the animals, dinosaurs included? As part of this discussion, we consider the likely size and shape of the ark and just which animals Noah would have had aboard.

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Was the Flood Global?

In this lesson, we answer whether the Flood of Genesis 6-9 could have been local in any sense and what support there is for a global view. We analyze the descriptions of the rising waters in the Flood account, examine the rainbow covenant’s impact on our Flood viewpoint, and compare flood legends from around the world…

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Effects of the Fall

In this lesson, we discuss the different effects of the Fall evident in God’s confrontation of Adam and Eve and in the curses God pronounces as punishment for their disobedience; the curses have implications for Satan, child rearing, marriage, work, and death. We also examine how believing in Jesus Christ rescues one from all of these…

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Corruption: Sin Enters the World

In this lesson, we begin discussing the second C of the Seven Cs of Creation: Corruption. Using Genesis 3, we examine the circumstances of the Fall, the strategy Satan uses against Adam and Eve, and the gospel’s appearance in the midst of the tragedy.

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Creation Compromise

In this lesson, we discuss three common old-earth viewpoints in today’s church: the Gap Theory, Progressive Creation, and Theistic Evolution. We also consider whether the church’s previous error regarding geocentrism/heliocentrism in the early 1600s should affect our attitudes toward the claims of scientists and theologians today.