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Price was more conservative in his views than Old Earth creationists such as William Jennings Bryan , Harry Rimmer or William Bell Riley . Contrary to Bryan, Rimmer and Riley, Price rejected the idea of a local flood and insisted on a pure literal 6-day creation consisting of six 24-hour days. He felt that Riley's day-age creationist views were "the devil's counterfeit".  Price was equally dismissive of Rimmer, and his gap creationism for most of his career. 
@Lavender. I would like to inform you that having a PhD in Mathematics does not make him someone who can challenge people with PhDs in life sciences.