Re: Re: [asa] Does ASA believe in Adam and Eve?

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Date: Thu Mar 29 2007 - 18:39:16 EDT

If I thought the road to salvation could be found in a poem you bet I'd check it out. The only reason I bothered checking out Genesis history is because, well, it is the Bible, and due to the general lack of knowledge of the related historical elements that part of Genesis is highly misunderstood. YECs don't become YECs simply because of their lack of science education, it is also because they don't understand Genesis either.

From: Michael Roberts <>
Date: 2007/03/29 Thu PM 12:41:59 CDT
To: Dick Fischer <>, ASA <>
Subject: Re: [asa] Does ASA believe in Adam and Eve?

I cant really be bothered. I looked into it in the past  - early 70s  and have read or dipped into many of the books you suggest. To reply by asking a question. Where are the places described in Hopkins'poem God's Grandeur? Michael PS Bob is not allowed to answer!! ----- Original Message ----- From: Dick Fischer To: ASA Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2007 5:28 PM Subject: RE: [asa] Does ASA believe in Adam and Eve?
Hi Michael, you wrote:
AS far as I can see Dick and Glenn produce scenarios which go far beyond any possible evidence and there must be another million or so scenarios which can fit the bill.
Okay, produce just one.  And please make it fit all the historical data whilst you are at it.  Attached (for Michael only) is my list of books I included in the suggested reading section of my upcoming book.  There are over 400 titles, but I can tell you which ones are more important.  Certainly I can whittle it down to 50 or less so as not to tax you too much.
Dick Fischer
Dick Fischer, Genesis Proclaimed Association
Finding Harmony in Bible, Science, and History

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