Historical Creation View of Sailhamer – Part 3. Summary

Genesis Unbound (2nd ed) by Sailhamer (2011)

Just the name will probably offend a few but this is what Sailhamer calls it and I like the name as well and think it is appropriate.  I might also call it a Biblical Creation view.  I usually refer to typical 6 day creationism as Classical Creationism. A:  Overview Ok, on with a brief overview […]

Historical Creation View of Sailhamer – Part 2: The Issues

GenesisBookimage

The challenges faced when confronting Genesis 1 and 2. Before diving into Sailhamer’s book, Genesis Unbound we need to lay out a list of some questions concerning the interpretation of Genesis 1 and 2 that any consistent interpretation of this text must be address.  This is only a short list of the most common questions […]

The Historical Creation View of Sailhamer in “Genesis Unbound” Part 1

Genesis Unbound Sailhamer

HISTORICAL CREATIONISM:  A summary of the interpretation of Genesis 1 and 2 by John Sailhamer as presented in “Genesis Unbound: A provocative new look at the creation account” (1997). What follows is a fairly lengthy introduction and overview of John Sailhamer’s book “Genesis Unbound” (1997).  The first edition seems have had a limited printing and […]

Thoughts on John Walton’s “The Lost World of Genesis One”

The Lost World of Genesis One

There have been a number of commentaries on Genesis 1 and 2 by conservative evangelical scholars.  Many of these can be found in my literature review (Modern Creation Debate Books).  In the case of John C. Collins, John Sailhamer and John Walton, all three see their views as representing the literal reading of Genesis 1.    […]

Thoughts on Baraminology

The YEC creation orchard

A month ago or so I read an interesting article that got me thinking about the young earth creationists (YEC) view of the extent of the biblical term “kind.”  I wrote up some comments which you can see below. Apparently there has been a creation study group that has actively been asking the question what […]