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Genesis 1-11 as Historical Narrative

@inproceedings{PhillipsGenesis1A,
  title={Genesis 1-11 as Historical Narrative},
  author={William G. Phillips and David M. Fouts}
}
Most young-age creationists believe the universe and the earth is young because they are convinced that the Bible makes that claim. There are, however, those who have as strong a belief in the truthfulness of Scripture but who do not accept the claim that the universe and earth is young. Some of these people believe that the creation account is not to be taken literally because it is either poetry (as opposed to narrative) or non-historical narrative (allegory, parable, myth, legend or tale… 

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