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University students discuss campus life, stress, relationships, careers and their quest for spirituality and deeper meaning. Featuring interviews with journalists and writers, musicians, artists, and inspirational speakers. Produced in partnership with students, faculty, and graduates of Christian Science organizations at colleges and universities worldwide.

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Episode 2

The points about the Genesis creation account, in English, do not do the words justice. The word ''yom'' does not only mean day but a period of time not defined by sunrise and sunset. Alot of people are basing their beliefs and attacks on an understanding of the bible that was translated according to the ideas that King James' pals had at that time. Check out "The Genesis Question" by Dr. Hugh Ross at

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The word yom does mean day, a literall 24 hour period. Hugh Ross likes to redefine things based on his pre-concieved notions that he brings to the text of scripture and he is by no means a Hebrew scholar. A simple, unbiased reading of the text makes clear that the meaning of the word yom was not an undefined long period of time.
It is true that in Hebrew as well as English the word day can by itself mean just a period in time, however the context in both languages allows you to clearly define what is ment when the word is used. Rather you must adapt the clear reading of the text to even make it a possibility that long ages could be inserted in Genisis 1, this kind of thinking assumes without cause that the author was writing with a wink and a nod of which there is no logical reason to come to such a conclusion.
Besides that the text does say that there was evening and morning on each "yom" a literal evening and morning thereby defining each day of creation as an actual 24 hour period. I will encourage you to get away from Hugh Ross the man is a heritic and the consequences of his theology are dangerous.

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