| Or, we can be consistant and accept the week as 7 literal rotations of
| the planet both then and now.
Just a tangent, perhaps irrelevant:
Would Moses agree to the interpretation that he was writing about
"rotations of the planet"? I find no biblical support for earthly
rotation of any sort. No reason to think that God tried to communicate
cosmological detail, be it rotation or time scales.
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