Annotated Bibliography Instructions
In Module/Week 2’s Topic Selection, you chose one of the non-traditional views of the days of Genesis 1 to compare/contrast it with a traditional 24-hour day, young-Earth view of Genesis 1 for your research paper due in Module/Week 7.
In this Annotated Bibliography assignment you will provide a total of at least five sources and briefly summarize their relevance to your paper. You must follow current Turabian format for all citations.
- Two of these sources will be books, book chapters, journal articles, substantive web articles or online videos from a proponent explaining a non-traditional view of Genesis 1. Only one online video is allowed, the other source must be a written text.
- Three additional citations from young-Earth creation journals, books, substantive web articles, or online videos are required for a critique of the non-traditional view. One source must come from the list of theology-trained 24-hour day proponents listed below. Only one online video is allowed, the other sources must be written texts.
- Following each citation, you will provide a brief, 60–80-word description of the source, highlighting its relevance to the view you have chosen to study.
The non-traditional views the days of Genesis 1 from which you selected previously are provided, along with notable proponents:
- Ancient Science / Mythology Denis Lamoureux, Peter Enns
- Analogical Days John Collins
- Cosmic Temple John Walton
- Gap Theory Thomas Chalmers, Arthur Custance, C. I. Scofield
- Framework Hypothesis Richard Averbeck, Meredith Kline
- Progressive Creation / Day-Age Hugh Ross, Gleason Archer
- Theological History Tremper Longman III
Notable theology-trained proponents of the traditional 24-hour day, young-Earth view include:
- William Barrick
- Todd Beall
- Stephen Boyd
- Andrew Kulikovsky
- Terry Mortenson
- Hans Madueme
- Thane Ury
- William VanDoodewaard
- John Whitcomb
Young-Earth creation peer-reviewed literature sources:
Answers Research Journal (www.answersingenesis.org/arj)
Creation Research Society Quarterly (www.creationresearch.org)
Journal of Creation (http://creation.com/journal-of-creation-archive-index)
Additional young-Earth web sources (please focus on technical articles rather than general ones):
https://www.icr.org/homepage/ (copy the URL for this link and paste it into your browser)
Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 4.