The phrase translated `after its kind' or `after their kind' in Genesis 1
also occurs several times in the Flood account in Genesis 6 and 7 as well
as in the dietary laws in Leviticus 11. It might make sense to look at
those passages for clues as to the meaning of this phrase.
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On Fri, 28 Nov 1997, Don N Page wrote:
> seed of every kind" and so forth. Does this mean that the "after his kind"
> translation in the older King James was not the best translation?