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Sep 02, 2005


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will spotts

Interesting, though speculative.

(Of course any attempt to fathom origins is speculative . . .)

I'll be interested to see if/how you differentiate between this panorama (of Genesis 1 and early 2) and the story of Eden.

Michael Kruse

Speculative indeed.

My aim here is not present a dogmatic ironclad account of how the creation stories must be intepreted. What I trying to show is that one can be true to science and true to the authority of scripture at the same time. For me the rub comes only at a couple of points, but first I want build a complete scenario.

Genesis 2 is probably for Tuesday. Don't plan to post on Sun. or Mon.

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