Human Origins And The Bible: A Creationists View – Myron Heavin

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What Do Creationists Say About The Development Of Life On Earth

 

It’s no secret that conflicting models exist to explain creation and the universe. Young earth creationists, old earth creationists, theistic evolutionists, and evolving creationists all differ from evolutionists. Who or what created the world we live in and formed humanity as we know it.

With careful scholarship he resolves the conflict of Adam and Eve living 8,000 years ago and humans migrating out of Africa 50,000-plus years ago, author and aerospace engineer, Myron Heavin, will compare the strengths and weaknesses of the various creation models and shares his conclusions.

An engineer Myron will take a scientific approach to the study of human origins, and compares Scripture with the findings of current scientific discoveries and DNA research. Myron Heavin will examine differing views on creation and human origins, and what the Bible has to say in Genesis 2-5. From how to read and interpret the Bible, to when Adam and Eve lived, to hominids and Neantherthals, Heavin will examine the validity of various creationist viewpoints, always with the supremacy of Scripture in mind.

 

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About Myron Heavin

Myron G. Heavin graduated from Purdue University with a BS in aeronautical engineering, and has a BA in biblical and theological studies from Talbot Theological Seminary, and is currently enrolled in Christian Apologetics MA studies at Biola University. After fifty years as an engineer for the Boeing Company, Heavin retired and continues teaching and leading seven different Bible studies. Heavin and his wife Sharyl, who have been married over fifty years, have three grown children, and make their home in Lompoc, CA.

 

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