We have seen thus far in our study that the preponderance of the evidence favors a heaven and earth as young as humanity itself. But at the risk of overkill, here’s still more evidence.Here in Genesis 2: 4 we learn that “the earth and the heavens” were “generated” (Heb. toledoth), referring specifically to genealogical history. One commentator interprets “generated” thus: “Each day was called a generation, because that in it God generated, or produced, some new portion of His work” (Patriarchs and Prophets, pg. 336).