In the beginning, John decided to follow Christ. John saw that it was very good. And there was evening, and there was morning. The first day.
I am not sure where you are getting the idea interpreting Genesis non-literally is ‘fracturing’ God’s Word. Or, that interpreting Genesis literally is upholding God’s Word.
Apparently, my previous letter upset you. You asked, ‘If we don’t accept Genesis 1 at face value, then what is the point of Romans 1:20?’
You did not like the idea that saying that God created things with the appearance of evolution makes him a deceiver. Well, Romans 1:20 says that we can understand God from the things that he has made. If God made the world appear to be 4 billion years old when it is not even 10 000 years old, how does that NOT make God a deceiver?
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A mysterious stranger offers to send the Park and Brenan families to the Royal Tombs in the ancient city of Ur. They have three days to find an artifact that will shed light on the Tower of Babel account in Genesis, but Eli Bennet has vowed to find it first! (Taken from here.)
The Study Guide for Episodes 29-30 can be found here: jp_vol3_study_guide_epi29-30
- Theories of Evolution of Language
- Flavius Josephus
- Tower of Babel Stories
- Made in God’s Image
- Tower of Babel (God vs. Man)