Frost preached at the Baptist Church in Berea on Sunday, July 26, 1925.
The date is significant, because Frost delivered his message just five days after the conclusion of the Scopes Trial in Dayton, Tennessee.
We will now examine each Creation Day to see whether these two records are compatible. The Biblical First Day of Creation is shown to relate directly to the geological Pre-Cambrian and the Cambrian Ages in Figure A-1.
We read in Genesis 1:1-2 NIV, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.
The two main objections to the principle of uniformity are: On the first objection, YECs seem frustrated that their universal, global deluge is not acknowledged by conventional geology, and so they have proposed their catastrophic model as an alternative.
YECs tend to present the modern geologists as blinded by their uniformitarian principle that rules out unusual events in the past, and therefore blinded to the evidence of a global deluge that occurred at around 5,000 years ago.
The Bible tells us that God made the world, and the universe, and that he sustains it continually, but it does not tell us how he did it or how long was the process. I've taken this passage from a sermon, which retired Berea College president William G.
Substitute high school biology teacher John Scopes was convicted of violating the Tennessee statute that forbade the teaching of evolution in public schools.
During the trial, popular orator William Jennings Bryan, who was part of the prosecuting team, defended the Bible as giving the truth about the creation of human beings.
The expansion of the universe gives an age for the universe as a whole: 13.7 billion years old.
Astronomers and geologists have determined that the universe and Earth are billions of years old.