The length of the creation days is not stated. What is important is that each of the days is a period of time which may legitimately be denominated יֹ֔ום (“day”).
4. The first three days were not solar days such as we now have, inasmuch as the sun, moon, and stars had not yet been made.
Edward J. Young | Studies In Genesis One, An International Library of Philosophy and Theology, Biblical and Theological Studies (Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, 1964), 104.
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