Re: For those who have the time...
Lee Dunbar (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 21 Apr 1998 15:49:42 -0400 (EDT)
The question of Creation and science has been occupying my thought for a
while now and I thought I might contribute a brief quote from A.H. Strong's
volume on Systematic Theology. He references Augustine as saying: "First
God created a chaotic matter which was next to nothing. This chaotic matter
was made from nothing, before all days. Then this chaotic, amorphous matter
was subsequently arranged, in the succeeding six days." [Confessions, 12:8];
and from De Genes. ad Lit., 4:27 "The length of these days is not to be
determined by the length of our week-days. There is a series in both cases
and that is all."
I do not have access to either reference; if others do and can check
it, I would be most appreciative.
Lee E. Dunbar | This then is the message which we have heard
Route 3, Box 443 | of Him and declare unto you, that God is light
Elkton, VA, 22827, USA | and in Him is no darkness at all [I John 1:5 ]