36. Application of the above specifically to astronomy. 37. Application of the above specifically to geology. 38. Application of the above specifically to palaeontology. 39. God created the universe before the 4000 B.C. Adam (Genesis 1:1a). 40. Our created planet Earth was void before its adornment (Genesis 1:1b-2). 41. Our planet adorned in precisely six divine formation-days (Genesis 1:3-31). 42. Oceans, wind, rain, mountains and continents all primordial (Genesis 1:2-9). 43. Plants always mortal, and some were fossilized into coal (Genesis 1:11-13). 44. Institution of seasons promoted further fossilization (Genesis 1:14f). 45. Carnivors and herbivors created, and fossilized into oil (Genesis 1:20-25). 46. Immortal omnivorous man created as God’s unique image (Genesis 1:26-29). 47. From subsequently creating, God 'rests' in man forever (Genesis 2:1-3). 48. Length of Earth’s six formation-days and God's Sabbath (Genesis 1:3 to 2:3). 49. Adam’s fall into serious sin and its consequences (Genesis 3:1-13). 50. God’s saving promises to fallen man (Genesis 3:14-24). 51. God’s drowning of ungodly men and their animals (Genesis 6:6-17). 52. The extent of the Noachic Flood (Genesis 7:4f). 53. The nature of Noah’s Deluge (Genesis 7:17-20). 54. No Noachic Flood orogeny or fossiligeny (Genesis 7:19-23). 55. Diluvial catastrophism refuted (Second Peter 2:5 & 3:6). 56. The goal to be aimed at when considering creation and Noah’s flood etc. 57. God’s purposes from exnihilation till Adam (toward subjugation). 58. God’s purposes from Adam till Abraham (toward consummation). 59. God's Word or Son as the beginning and the end of all science. 60. Summary.