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  1. You have the book 3 views of Creation Here are some more requests to add on: Genesis One & the Origin of the Earth, Evolution ,by Newman, Robert C., Phillips, Eckelmann, view it at IBRI.org Nature & Scripture in Conflict? By Pun, Pattle T. Creation and Evolution Rethinking the Evidence from Science and the Bible by Alan Hayward, God’s Time-Records in Ancient Sediments and Neglect of Geologic Data by Daniel E. Wonderly, A New Look at an Old Earth; Resolving the Conflict Between the Bible and ScienceJul 1997 by Don Stoner A Biblical Case for an Old Earth by David Snoke, 2006 Christianity and the Age of the Earth and The Bible, Rocks and Time: Geological Evidence for the Age of the Earth by Davis A. Young, Also: Systematic Theology of the Christian Religion. J. Oliver Buswell, Integrative Theology by Gordon R. Lewis and Bruce A. Demarest
  2. Timothy Jenney

    #99) Genesis One

    The latest podcast shows how to use the comparative method to set aside modern, cultural perspectives. In this case, comparing Genesis one with the Akkadian creation myth, Enuma Elish, leads to some surprising conclusions!
  3. I apologize ahead of time if this has been suggested or discussed already, but I looked everywhere and didn't find any mention of it. What I would love most at this point would be the ability to create use tools that are as powerful (or close to as powerful) as official OakTree modules. At the very least the ability to use analytics on my own modules would be absolutely wonderful. I mention this because there are texts out there (public domain of course) that I don't quite expect to see official modules for but that would be incredibly handy in my research. Specifically, I would love to use the powerful analytics and other features (perhaps even interlinear) of Accordance on texts like the Book of Mormon or the Koran. Perhaps the ability to create user reference tools could be a great start? Either that or the ability to purchase full modules for these texts from other religions?
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