Hi Paul. In Gen 1:1 and concordism (was Apology) you wrote
>Preach God as a Father caring enough to speak to his little children in
terms of their pre-understanding.
Thanks for that remark. It fits beautifully.
I wanted to at least respond to that much. We may disagree about Genesis
One, but I have no argument with that.
As far as your comments about Genesis One, I haven't had time to fully
review them yet.
One quick thought, though.
>Gen 1:1 "God created the heavens and the earth." is taken by most scholars
>today as either an introductory title or summary covering the entire
>story down to 2:4
Most, perhaps, but not all. And have scholars ever been wrong before? I
haven't studied all the work of all the scholars. But could "God created
the heavens and the earth" simply mean that God created the heavens and the
earth? I don't want to disrespect scholarship, I just want to debate that
Thanks for taking the time to respond. I'm starting to realize that we have
more in common than I thought. -Jim
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