Re: Interesting contradiction in Genesis...
Cory Sellers (email@example.com)
Sat, 28 Jan 1995 20:09:37 -0600
On Sun, 22 Jan 1995 MSIMONS@husc.harvard.edu wrote:
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com. (Chris Woodward (PSY)) writes:
> >If God didn't create the sun until day 4, then how did He keep
> >track of days 1-3 (since a literal day was measured by the sun)?
> More importantly, where did the light come from?
This is a good point. Unfortunately nobody but the United States really
cares about how many days it took God to create. The Bible is and always
will be a religious book, and Not a history book.
A day can mean amost anything. It is most probably used as term to
signify a time period. What that time was is unknown. Since God is
eternal and has no time frame, it could've been millions of years
To reinterate my first point. Nobody cares except the U.S. The Bible is
not a history book. ONly in the U.S. is the bible taken as a history
The important issue is that God created not how he created. I think you
are missing the point in your whole question.
Joel Cade firstname.lastname@example.org