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Today's Creation Moment

Aug
01
God's Gifts and God's Gift
John 15:1
"I AM the true vine, and My Father is the husbandman."
The evolutionary story of man's history tells us that it took man tens of thousands of years to figure out he could farm crops for himself. Yet, today we know that some termites, ants and ambrosia...
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Enjoy this site and your emphasis on the uniqueness of creatures that could only result from a creation event by a Supreme Being I know as the God of the Bible. My over 50 years in Medicine made it clear that the human is a very complex, finely tuned organism that could not have evolved from slime but is marvelously designed and created above all mammals.

Realizing that over 300 belief systems are in existence made it clear to me that this is the result of what Jesus warned us about i.e. the "Doctrines of Men", resulting in diverse interpretations of the Scriptures. If there is One God and One Truth, where would I find that Truth, certainly not in the writings of men ergo my quest in retirement to read the original manuscripts in Hebrew, Chaldee, and Greek.

My study of the manuscripts, particularly the first six chapters of Genesis, leads me to disagree with your dating of this planet and attributing all other beliefs regarding timing to the evolutionists, of which I am definitely not one. Genesis 1:1 ends with a period. The word "beginning" is best interpreted as "eons of time" and makes me see no conflict with science claiming millions of years as the date of this planet. It was during these eons that God and all those creatures we find in the fossil record existed together without flesh man. Believing God did not create something "void", we find verse 2 saying "was without form", but in Hebrew, "became tohu {Heb} Now he "restored" this planet to its current state and added "flesh man" beginning the 6000+ history into which many want to place our entire history. { Need more space! }

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