This excellent book — with endorsements from Hugh Ross, John Jefferson Davis, J.P. Moreland, and John Warwick Montgomery — is available online due to the generosity of the authors and publisher (Interdisciplinary Biblical Research Institute) who say, "You are welcome to download a single copy of this book for personal use. For classroom use or other than personal use, please contact IBRI."
You can download one file with the
note: This is your only option for now; soon (maybe by July 30) I'll fix the URLs-and-files below so the links work, but for now they don't work.
Table of Contents & About the Authors
For an introductory overview of the book,
Preface (for 2nd Edition) and Introduction.
Chronological Evidence from Astronomy
Chronological Evidence from Geology (*)
Chronological Evidence from Radiometric Dating
The Solar System — Observations and Models
Chronological Evidence from Scripture
The Chronology of Genesis One
with a Summary of this Chapter
and a Conclusion for the Book
* Chronological Evidence from Geology
written by Daniel Wonderly
with references for Wonderly
Genealogies from Genesis
by William Henry Green
How Long is the Sixth Day?
by R. John Snow
with references for Green & Snow
Creationist Interpretations of Genesis 1
(with a wide range of views from many authors)
comment — later, instead of the generic link above, I'll provide links to page-sections (in agescience2.htm, astroe.htm, genesis.htm, etc) where I links to parts of this book
this is a TEMPORARY SECTION,
listing the book-parts I've made:
toc.pdf [cover, toc, figures, about authors]
preface.pdf [for 1st & 2nd editions]
ch-1.pdf [also ch-1a.pdf, ch-1b.pdf]
ch-2.pdf [also chs-2-3.pdf]
ch-5.pdf [also ch-4b-5.pdf] [also chs-4-5.pdf]
This page links to 1a, 1b, and 2-3, plus 4 and 5.
The "Genesis 1" page will link to 4-5. (not 4b-5 as originally planned)
The "agescience2" page will link to 1a, 1b, 2-3.