The Six Days of Genesis by Paul F. Taylor proves to be yet another excellent resource substantiating the Genesis creation account. The text is accessible to the layman, and it makes a worthwhile introduction to the Genesis account for the junior high or high school student, and of course for the adult to whom creation science may be a new and questionable idea.
The first six chapters of The Six Days of Genesis present one day of creation per chapter. Scientific facts and theories (such as astronomy, which was brought into being on day four) are examined as they relate to creationism in general.
Mr. Taylor does an ample job of discussing different theories, such as the theory of "Mature Creation."
The theory is that God gave the universe an apparent age. This is compared to the apparent ages of Adam and Eve. We can assume that because Adam and Eve were able to have children immediately after leaving Eden, that they were created with an apparent age in their twenties, at least. It was only a few days since they were created, yet they were adults.
As he introduces each variation within creation science, Mr. Taylor briefly discusses how Genesis either promotes or disagrees with that view.
Later chapters continue with the events of Genesis: the Garden of Eden, Satan, the temptation and fall of man, the building of the ark, the flood, the covenant of grace, the tower of Babel, and the subsequent forming of nations.
If the Genesis account is familiar to you and of course if you have always taken it to be Truth, you may find the more scientific analysis of The Six Days of Genesis to be interesting and helpful as the world continues to promote Darwinism and evolution as the dominant theory of the origins of life. If, however, you consider yourself to be a real student of creation science, then you might find The Six Days of Genesis to be a bit basic, covering aspects with which you are probably already familiar.
The Six Days of Genesis is another excellent tool for equipping us and our students to face the onslaught of evolution theory now widely presented as fact.