From: Keith Miller (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Apr 24 2003 - 10:42:11 EDT
There is abundant resources on this question. The great majority of
evangelical Old Testament Hebrew scholars argue that scripture does NOT
provide a basis for rejecting the presence of death in the non-human
creation before the Fall.
HENRI BLOCHER, 1984, In the Beginning: the Opening Chapters of Genesis:
CONRAD HYERS, 1984, The Meaning of Creation: Genesis and Modern
Science: John Knox Press.
JOHN POLKINGHORNE, 1989, Science and Providence: God's Interaction with
the World: Shamdhala Publications.
CLARK PINNOCK et al., 1994, The Openness of God: InterVarsity Press.
AUSTIN FARRER, 1961, Love Almighty and Ills Unlimited: Doubleday & Co.,
JOHN HICK, 1977, Evil and the God of Love (revised edition):
JURGEN MOLTMANN, 1993, God in Creation: Fortress Press.
JOHN SANDERS, 1998, The God Who Risks: a Theology of Providence:
BRUCE K. WALTKE, 2001, Genesis: A Commentary: Zondervan.
JOHN H. WALTON, 2001, Genesis: The NIV Application Commentary:
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