Originally Posted by Mr Majestyk
For a synopsis of what happened after Adam and Eve, read Luke 3:23-38
So, that is the genealogy from Jesus to Adam? Does it skip some generations or is that everyone, father to son?
Looks like a pretty concrete list. So, I'm assuming this verse supports the 6,000 year old Earth idea.
If that is the case, shouldn't all Christians support the 6,000 year old Earth idea? Is there any wiggle room in there for say at least another 5,000 years?
How about just 6,000 year old human history? Does scripture allow for a big gap in time from the creation of the Earth to the history of man?
I was under the assumption (and I'm pretty sure Brain_Mach1 said something to this effect) that the majority of Christians don't support the 6,000 year old Earth idea.
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