I am a young earth creationist. Basically, I believe the Bible teaches that God created the earth in a literal six day period with no evolutionary tactics. The literal six days of creation and one day of rest led into out seven day week that we observe to this day. Adam and Eve were direct creations of God bearing His perfect image until they sinned by eating from the tree and plunged the entire human race into sin.
I don’t blog about this subject since it’s not my forte. Some people want to debate about "yom" and other issues, but it’s just not worth it to me. I have quite recently read a couple of other blogs on the subject which were quite intriguing. This post here
talks about the Cambrian Explosion and how evolution could not have happened the way that most evolutionists believe.
This blog here
is titled The (Re)Publican for some reason or another. I have been reading it regularly for about four months now since Fenderpooh did a series on Eschatology from a Historical PreMillennial point of view. It was good so I came back for more. Right now he is posting a series entitled A Case for Young Earth Creationism. As of today he has only two articles on Young Earth Creationism, but both are very good. In case someone is reading this post into the far future, here is the link to the first post. If you are interested in his series on eschatology, here is a link to a page with all ten posts that he did in that series.
I’m going to have to find out the story behind why the blog is titled "The (Re)Publican" and his handle is "Fenderpooh". Not that I’m opposed to odd internet names or anything.
Have fun and stay busy – Luke 19:13
-The Orange Mailman
P.S. Here is a link to a message board that had a lively debate on this very subject that lasted for a good couple hundred posts or so, from message #359 through #610, dating from February 18th, 2006 through March 12th, 2006. Tempers seem to flare on this subject. I had a few posts. The worthy ones (in my humble opinion) were by Gary Vaterlaus.