[b-hebrew] A Question

Uri Hurwitz uhurwitz at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 16 19:44:10 EST 2004

  Excuse me, but does this belong in  this list?

age.Karl Randolph <kwrandolph at email.com> wrote,intere alia, 

To use an 18th century metaphor, the 
creation of a watch uses different 
principles (laws of physics) than the 
operation thereof. The picture that the 
Bible gives is that when God created the 
universe, he did something different than 
what we see going on today. Then after the 
creation, God acted into creation only to 
communicate with mankind and to make some 
actions to advance his goals, in a similar 
manner as a watch maker, after he has made 
a watch, touches it only to wind the spring 
and occasionally to make an adjustment for 
more accurate operation. Likewise, God’s 
actions into history are rare. Where there 
is an alleged action from God into history, 
the answer to its veracity will be found 
not in science, but in historical analysis.

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