Tag Archives: Genesis

Jane Williams on the Book of Genesis

Jane Williams: The Book of Genesis Genesis looks at what the culture around it believes about the nature of the material world, and disagrees with it profoundly. The Book of Genesis, part 1: God created The Book of Genesis, part … Continue reading

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Quote of the day: G. K. Chesterton on science and the Fall of humanity

‘How could physical science prove that man is not depraved?  You do not cut a man  open to find his sins.  You do not boil him until he gives forth the unmistakable  green fumes of depravity.  How could physical science … Continue reading

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Quote of the day: David Wenham on the Apostle Paul, Adam and creation

‘What was Paul’s view exactly about how the world was created?  What was his scientific point of view?  Now, Paul was somebody who lived in the first century, and Paul did not understand modern science.  When he thought about creation, … Continue reading

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Quote of the day: Dr. John Polkinghorne on the first chapters of Genesis

‘The Bible is very important to me, but it is very important to recognize that the Bible is not a book.  The Bible is a library.  It has all sorts of different kinds of writing in it — it has … Continue reading

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Doug Chaplin on Dr. Francesca Stavrakopoulou and the Garden of Eden

Doug Chaplin comments on the last of the ‘Bible’s Buried Secrets’ presented by Dr. Francesca Stavrakopoulou: As before she declines the opportunity to give much airtime to scholars who disagree with her.  Her preferred narrative is her scholarship versus the faith … Continue reading

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Was death already present in the Garden of Eden?

Was death present in the Garden of Eden? It seems it was: My contention is that ‘everyday’ death was present in the Garden. First, how would Adam and Eve know to fear death if death in some form was not … Continue reading

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