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What does it mean to interpret the Bible literally?
You make a good point about interpreting various parts of the Bible as they are presented (history as history, poetry as poetry, etc.), but with Hugh Ross, I think he is not taking this specific example of Genesis literally, even if he does so with the rest. Literal means as described, and there is no indication in Genesis that the days are anything but days as we know them. There are several different proofs for that, but those are for another Q/A.