The Significance of the Abrahamic Genesis in Accounting for the Origins of the World
Dawson emphasizes the significance of the Abrahamic Genesis in accounting for the origins of the world. He gives a detailed account of the historical accuracy of the texts and their role in explaining the mysteries of existence. At the end of the second chapter of his book, he provides a detailed account of the seven-day creation myth which he labels “The Aboriginal Song of Creation” (Dawson, Page 66).
Per this account, all of the universe and life did not come to be through the big bang and, subsequently, evolution from a common ancestor; rather, the universe and all of life was the direct work of an anthropomorphic creator God.