Re: Interpreting Genesis Ch 1

From: Peter Ruest <pruest@mysunrise.ch>
Date: Sat Sep 03 2005 - 12:33:01 EDT

Glenn Morton wrote:
> Oh yeah, Peter, I didn't want to waste one of my 4 posts per day on this but
> I forgot to add in my last reply, don't include me among those who believe
> that there can be one and only one interpretation of Genesis. God is too
> multifaceted for that.

Ok, I'll take note of that. By the way, I certainly don't keep black lists of
those I think have a certain view! I just got the impression that the
possibility that more than one interpretation of a given Bible text may be
meaningful needed emphasis again.

Shalom,
Peter

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Dr. Peter Ruest, CH-3148 Lanzenhaeusern, Switzerland
<pruest@dplanet.ch> - Biochemistry - Creation and evolution
"..the work which God created to evolve it" (Genesis 2:3)
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