[b-hebrew] Gen 1:2 (2)

Ephraim49 at aol.com Ephraim49 at aol.com
Sun Jun 6 15:46:56 EDT 2004


Hi all.
<<>How conceited! That God would reviel to Moses what only WE 
<<(or YOU) can understand
<<HH: I cannot think of a place where Jesus changed 
<<the  order of the seven days. This looks like a 
<<misunderstanding.
It's so sad that those that THINK they have eyes, but can not see, and 
also BELIEVE that they are so scholarly, yet have little or no  understanding
of the scriptures.  Have so many of you succumbed to such  darkness
to believe that Genesis (and the Bible) is a big joke?
What in the world do you think God was showing Moses?  What did  Moses
see, and what did it mean?  A major proof of the divinity of the  scriptures
is the fact that Moses wrote about what God showed him, and not  having
much understanding of what he saw.  Mankind during the time of  Moses
had no concept of past geologic time.  Each day of Moses was from  the
first week of each Divine defined (7) geologic age.  However,  Jesus
had to reveal the chronological order of the days, for them to be
understood.
Therefore, Moses was the first of modern man to write about the  existence
of mankind of a previous age.  What "bible scholars" assign  as the "sixth
day of the first creation account ("E" or "P")", is actually  Moses seeing
mankind of 60+ Million BC.   Now, go ahead and have a good  laugh if
you like, but the joke will be on you.
Herm 



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