Old Earth Creationism

Earth's Earliest Ages
By George H. Pember

Without Form and Void
By Arthur C. Custance

Evolution or Creation? by Arthur C. Custance
Evolution or Creation?
By Arthur C. Custance
    Table of Contents
Part 1:  The Preparation of the Earth for Man
    Chapter 1:  The Concept of Supernatural Selection
    Chapter 2:  Two World Views: The Christian and the Naturalist
    Chapter 3:  The Fitness of the Earth
    Chapter 4:  Foresight and the Concept of Teleology
    Chapter 5:  The Setting of the Stage
    Chapter 6:  The Growing Evidence of Creative Activity
    Chapter 7:  Natural and Supernatural Selection
    Chapter 8:  Creation and Divergence
    Chapter 9:  Supernatural Selection: A New Name for an Old Concept
    Chapter 10:  Catastrophe and Reconstitution
Part 2: Primitive Monotheism and the Origin of Polytheism
    Chapter 1:  From Monotheism to Polytheism
    Chapter 2:  Some Implications
    Appendix:  Additional Bibliography
Part 3:  Convergence and the Origin of Man
    Chapter 1:  The Meaning of Convergence
    Chapter 2:  The Fact of Convergence
    Chapter 3:  The Implications of Convergence for Human Origins
Part 4:  The Survival of the Un-Fit
    Chapter 1:  Evolution: An Irrational Faith
    Chapter 2:  Natural Selection: Fact or Fancy?
    Chapter 3:  The True Harmony of Natural Communities
Part 5:  Is Man an Animal?
    Chapter 1:  The Uniqueness of Man
    Chapter 2:  The Human Brain: Its Size and Its Complexity
    Chapter 3:  The Erectness of Man
    Chapter 4:  The Ubiquity of Man
    Chapter 5:  Man the Culture Maker
    Chapter 6:  The Expression of Humanness in Man
    Chapter 7:  The True Nature of Man in Jesus Christ

Genesis and Early Man by Arthur C. Custance
Genesis and Early Man
By Arthur C. Custance
    Table of Contents
Part 1:  Fossil Remains of Early Man and the Record of Genesis
    Chapter 1:  The Evolutionary Faith
    Chapter 2:  Faith Without Sufficient Reason
    Chapter 3:  An Alternative Faith
    Chapter 3:  Where Did Man First Appear?
Part 2:  Primitive Cultures: A Second Look at the Problem of Their Historical Origin
    Chapter 1:  The Changing Climate of Opinion
    Chapter 2:  Climax at the Beginning
    Chapter 3:  Cultural Degeneration
    Chapter 4:  Some Consideration, Some Causes, and Some Conclusions
Part 3:  Establishing a Paleolithic IQ
    Chapter 1:  The Intelligence of Early Man
    Chapter 2:  Are Intelligent People Inventive?
    Chapter 3:  The Intelligence of Our Contemporary Ancestors
    Chapter 4:  Intelligence as Judged by Facial and Head Forms
Part 4:  The Supposed Evolution of the Human Skull
    Chapter 1:  The Problems in Determining the Age of a Skull
    Chapter 2:  Factors Influencing the Shape of a Skull
Part 5:  The Fallacy of Anthropological Reconstructions
    Chapter 1:  How It All Began...
    Chapter 2:  How Reconstructions Deceive
Part 6:  Who Taught Adam to Speak?
    Origin of Speech:  Two Accounts
    Sounds of Speech:  Signs, Symbols, Words
    So Who Did Speak First?
Part 7:  Light From Other Forms of Cultural Behaviour on Some Incidents in Scripture
    Chapter 1:  The Rationale of Cultural Behaviour
    Chapter 2:  Illustrations From Other Cultures
    Chapter 3:  Illustrations From Scripture

Noah's Three Sons by Arthur C. Custance
Noah's Three Sons:
Human History in Three Dimensions

By Arthur C. Custance
    Table of Contents
Part 1: The Part Played by Shem, Ham, and Japheth in Subsequent World History
    Chapter 1. The Threefold Framework as Reflected in Scripture
    Chapter 2. Genesis 9:24-27: History in Cameo
    Chapter 3. The Characteristics of Shem, Ham, and Japheth
    Chapter 4. The Threefold Nature of Man's Basic Needs
Part 2: A Study of the Names in Genesis 10
    Chapter 1. The Table of Nations: A Unique Document
    Chapter 2. The Family of Japheth
    Chapter 3. The Descendants of Ham
    Chapter 4. The Descendants of Shem
    Chapter 5. The Widening Circle
Part 3: Why Noah Cursed Canaan Instead of Ham: A New Approach to an Old Problem
    Chapter 1. Why Noah Cursed Canaan
    Chapter 2. Was Canaan a true Black?
Part 4: The Technology of the Hamitic People
    Chapter 1. The Conquest of Environments
    Chapter 2. The Achievements of Primitive Cultures
    Chapter 3. The Achievements of Ancient High Civilizations
Part 5: A Christian World View: The Framework of History
    Chapter 1. Man: The Key to the Universe
    Chapter 2. Man's Life: Spiritual, Intellectual, and Physical
    Chapter 3. Man's Potential: In Shem, Ham, and Japheth
    Chapter 4. Religion, Philosophy, and Technology
    Chapter 5. Theology and Science
    Chapter 6. The Inventive Genius of Ham
    Chapter 7. The World: A Stage for the Drama
    Chapter 8. The Universe: A Setting for the World

The Flood: Local or Global? by Arthur C. Custance
The Flood: Local or Global?
By Arthur C. Custance
    Table of Contents
Part 1:  The Extent of the Flood
    Chapter 1:  An Examination of the Record Itself
    Chapter 2:  The Extent of the Flood
    Chapter 3:  Physical Causes, Time, and Location of the Flood
    Appendix 1:  Flood Geology
    Appendix 2:  Select Bibliography
Part 2:  Flood Traditions of the World
    Chapter 1:  The Nature of the Traditions
    Chapter 2:  A Selection of Illustrations
    Appendix 1:  Search for the Ark
    Appendix 2:  The Tower of Babel
Part 3:  The Problem of Evil: Some Little-Considered Physical Aspects
    Chapter 1:  The Evils Resulting from the Curse:
        Section A:  Death, Thorns and Thistles
        Section B:  On Animals and Mankind
    Chapter 2:  The Evils of Daily Life
Part 4:  What's In a Name?
    Chapter 1:  Names as Different Societies Have Viewed Them
    Chapter 2:  Names as Scripture Views Them
Part 5:  The Meaning of Sweat as Part of the Curse
    Chapter 1:  Animal and Human Sweating
    Chapter 2:  The Sweating of Fallen Man
    Chapter 3:  The Uniqueness of the Brow
    Appendix:  A Guide to the Scientific Literature