>From: "Jim Eisele" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Day 4 is a mess. Either Moses lost his mind, or God knows something we
Or, perhaps, just perhaps, the Genesis 1 narrative has essentially NOTHING
to do with the scientific particulars of the universe's formational history
and its chronology. Perhaps Moses (or a later editorial committee) was
engaging a menu of fundamental and important theological questions relevant
to that time and that place.
> Moses must have known that light came from the sun. What the heck
> is all this stuff doing on day 4?
First you have to find out what theological & cultural issues were on the
table at the time this text was written or placed in the canon.
Howard Van Till
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