How to calculate age using carbon dating
By cross referencing the biblical genealogies with other events dated in the Bible, one can find instances where numerous genealogies were telescoped, resulting in the exclusion of numerous generations of individuals.
When examining individual genealogies, one can find examples where individuals are excluded or added to the lists found in Genesis.
He placed the man into a special garden that He had planted (Genesis 2:8).
Our English expression: "The dawning of an age" serves to illustrate this point.
The intended meaning of the word should be determined from the context.
In fact, the original biblical languages contained many fewer words than modern English, which means that the words in those languages had more different meanings.
In the Genesis 1 creation account, each "day" ends as "evening and morning 'n' day," where "n" is the day's number.