Re: [asa] Re: Reading Genesis theologically NOT historically

From: Murray Hogg <>
Date: Sat Oct 03 2009 - 16:10:20 EDT

Gregory Arago wrote:
> You haven't one bit addressed my main point, which is simply *there must
> have been a first.* Can you agree with it or not?

It's really just a version of Zeno's paradox, isn't it?

We have A (pre-human hominid) and we have B (human) and you want to know PRECISELY when we distinguish them?

My answer: I don't know.

What I do know is that the distinction between A and B is pretty clear, that I consider myself a member of category B, and that the demands of the Christian gospel apply to me without equivocation.

I trust God to sort out how, if at all, the requirements of the Gospel apply to those elsewhere on the evolutionary continuum.


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