The New Testament is very loose in its interpretation of the Old in
the sense of keeping the literal meaning of the authors. Does this
have anything to say to us?
high school history teacher
> >Now, do you think Kubrick would have interpreted it that way?
> >Who is right?
> I think that the only one who is right is Arthur C. Clark. He was the
> writer. All others who interpret it differently than him have misunderstood
> or changed his intent. I don't know how Clark interprets the story. This
> is no different than when I tell one of the people in my group to do such
> and such, and they intepret it differently than what I meant, there has
> been a miscommunication. I may have spoken wrongly, but they may have
> decided to do something differently.
> Foundation, Fall and Flood
> Adam, Apes and Anthropology
> Lots of information on creation/evolution
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