At 08:33 PM 3/31/2001 -0500, Vandergraaf, Chuck wrote:
>With "literal interpretation" I mean an actual Adam and Eve, walking and
>communing with God in a lush garden, surrounded by an impenetrable wall
>(remember the angels with flaming swords at the gates), a factual murder of
>Abel by Cain, the flooding of the entire world, an honest-to-goodness
>floating axe head, the collapse of the walls of Jericho, etc.
>What changed your views from this interpretation?
Are you saying that one has to abandon all these views to have a OEC viewpoint?
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