From: Ted Davis (TDavis@messiah.edu)
Date: Mon Sep 08 2003 - 12:14:20 EDT
Burgy invites questions we might as a YEC speaker.
Here's one, inspired by Edward Hitchcock and 19th century conversations
about death before the fall.
In the garden of Eden, Adam and Eve were threatened with death if they ate
of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. How could that threat have
any meaning for them, if they had not actually seen death in the animal
And, if all the animals in the garden ate only vegetation prior to the
fall, then were there no insects (small animals) on the leaves, which would
have perished when the larger animals dined?
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