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Gap creationism (also known as ruin-restoration creationism, restoration creationism, or "The Gap Theory") is a form of old Earth creationism that posits that the six-yom creation period, as described in the Book of Genesis, involved six literal 24-hour days (light being "day" and dark "night" as God specified), but that there was a gap of time between two distinct creations in the first and the second verses of Genesis, which the theory states explains many scientific observations, including the age of the Earth. It differs from day-age creationism, which posits that the 'days' of creation were much longer periods (of thousands or millions of years), and from young Earth creationism, which although it agrees concerning the six literal 24-hour days of creation, does not posit any gap of ti

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  • Gap creationism
  • Lückentheorie (Kreationismus)
  • 断絶説
  • Teoria do Hiato
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  • 断絶説(だんぜつせつ、ギャップ・セオリー、Gap creationism)とは、創造論のうち、創世記1章1節と2節の間に期間があるとする説。 宇宙の創造以来の年代は長期間とし、宇宙が創造されてから数千年であるとする若い地球説とは対立する。
  • Gap creationism (also known as ruin-restoration creationism, restoration creationism, or "The Gap Theory") is a form of old Earth creationism that posits that the six-yom creation period, as described in the Book of Genesis, involved six literal 24-hour days (light being "day" and dark "night" as God specified), but that there was a gap of time between two distinct creations in the first and the second verses of Genesis, which the theory states explains many scientific observations, including the age of the Earth. It differs from day-age creationism, which posits that the 'days' of creation were much longer periods (of thousands or millions of years), and from young Earth creationism, which although it agrees concerning the six literal 24-hour days of creation, does not posit any gap of ti
  • Die Lückentheorie (engl. gap theory, gap creationism) ist eine Hypothese des Kreationismus, die besagt, dass in der Schöpfungsgeschichte zwischen 1. Mose 1:1 und 1:2 eine zeitliche Lücke gesehen werden muss. Argumentiert wird u.a. mit der möglichen Übersetzung des hebräischen hajtah mit „wurde“ statt mit „war“, womit die Übersetzung dann lauten würde: „Die Erde wurde (hajtah) wüst und leer (tohu wa bohu)“. Da dadurch ein Entwicklungsprozess suggeriert wird, der von einem anderen Zustand (also nicht leer) zu einem Zustand der Leere geführt haben muss, wird der Zustand der Leere mit einem Gericht Gottes über nicht näher genannte Wesen begründet. Somit würden lange Zeiträume möglich, die geologische Erkenntnisse über das Alter der Erde (rd. 4,6 Mrd. Jahre) mit der Bibel harmonisieren würden.
  • A Teoria do Hiato (também conhecida como teoria da restituição ou teoria do intervalo) é uma crença criacionista que propõe que a terra mencionada em Gênesis 1:1 - "No princípio, criou Deus os céus e a terra" - era perfeita e habitada por seres angelicais, tendo como príncipe Lúcifer, um anjo de luz. Este, todavia, rebelou-se contra Deus, sendo, então, destronado. Por causa disso, a terra teria sido duramente castigada, chegando ao estado caótico descrito em Gênesis 1:2: "E a terra era sem forma e vazia; e havia trevas sobre a face do abismo; e o espírito de Deus se movia sobre a face das águas.". Nos versículos seguintes, a Bíblia narraria, então, o início de uma restauração.
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  • Die Lückentheorie (engl. gap theory, gap creationism) ist eine Hypothese des Kreationismus, die besagt, dass in der Schöpfungsgeschichte zwischen 1. Mose 1:1 und 1:2 eine zeitliche Lücke gesehen werden muss. Argumentiert wird u.a. mit der möglichen Übersetzung des hebräischen hajtah mit „wurde“ statt mit „war“, womit die Übersetzung dann lauten würde: „Die Erde wurde (hajtah) wüst und leer (tohu wa bohu)“. Da dadurch ein Entwicklungsprozess suggeriert wird, der von einem anderen Zustand (also nicht leer) zu einem Zustand der Leere geführt haben muss, wird der Zustand der Leere mit einem Gericht Gottes über nicht näher genannte Wesen begründet. Somit würden lange Zeiträume möglich, die geologische Erkenntnisse über das Alter der Erde (rd. 4,6 Mrd. Jahre) mit der Bibel harmonisieren würden. Als Teil des Alte-Erde-Kreationismus steht die Theorie im Gegensatz zum Junge-Erde-Kreationismus. Insbesondere in den USA ist die These unter dem Begriff gap theory weit verbreitet und diskutiert.
  • Gap creationism (also known as ruin-restoration creationism, restoration creationism, or "The Gap Theory") is a form of old Earth creationism that posits that the six-yom creation period, as described in the Book of Genesis, involved six literal 24-hour days (light being "day" and dark "night" as God specified), but that there was a gap of time between two distinct creations in the first and the second verses of Genesis, which the theory states explains many scientific observations, including the age of the Earth. It differs from day-age creationism, which posits that the 'days' of creation were much longer periods (of thousands or millions of years), and from young Earth creationism, which although it agrees concerning the six literal 24-hour days of creation, does not posit any gap of time.
  • 断絶説(だんぜつせつ、ギャップ・セオリー、Gap creationism)とは、創造論のうち、創世記1章1節と2節の間に期間があるとする説。 宇宙の創造以来の年代は長期間とし、宇宙が創造されてから数千年であるとする若い地球説とは対立する。
  • A Teoria do Hiato (também conhecida como teoria da restituição ou teoria do intervalo) é uma crença criacionista que propõe que a terra mencionada em Gênesis 1:1 - "No princípio, criou Deus os céus e a terra" - era perfeita e habitada por seres angelicais, tendo como príncipe Lúcifer, um anjo de luz. Este, todavia, rebelou-se contra Deus, sendo, então, destronado. Por causa disso, a terra teria sido duramente castigada, chegando ao estado caótico descrito em Gênesis 1:2: "E a terra era sem forma e vazia; e havia trevas sobre a face do abismo; e o espírito de Deus se movia sobre a face das águas.". Nos versículos seguintes, a Bíblia narraria, então, o início de uma restauração. Esta teoria popularizou-se entre o fim do século XVIII e metade do século XIX, quando a Geologia (que nesta época era uma ciência ainda recente), afirmou que a terra era muito mais antiga do que Gênesis e a Geologia diluviana poderiam afirmar. Foi difundida por Thomas Chalmers, um professor da Universidade de Edimburgo, fundador da Free Church of Scotland, e autor de um dos Tratados de Bridgewater; que atribuiu ao teólogo holandês Simon Episcopius a criação desta teoria.
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