Lest I appear demanding, would you please apply these principles to Genesis
1 and show why it is not to be held as history or precisely define what
historical content it has?
REading through your list, the only thing I saw that I could apply to
Genesis 1-11 was the apparent internal conflict between the two creation
accounts. If I held to the assumption that you hold to, namely that these
two accounts are detailing the same event, I would have to agree with you.
I don't believe that they are detailing the same event. Genesis 1 and
Genesis 2 are two separate events. If they are two separate events, then
they don't conflict! This is the Days of Proclamation view. If there is
something else that indicates Genesis 1 and 2 are not to be taken
historically, I would appreciate it (not demand) if you would point it out
Foundation, Fall and Flood
Adam, Apes and Anthropology
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