it the Problem?
Creationist sees the Genesis I creation story as the physical world creation, and
interprets the beginning six day count as only a count for six solar
days. This is the Creation Myth—a
material world and time-only-six-day paradigm that does not connect to the
rest of the Bible as its foundation. Because this Creation
Myth does not serve as a reasonable and necessary foundation
to the rest of the Bible, it is therefore a useless paradigm,
regardless of what Creationists, scientists, evolutionists, or any
other Bible skeptics say.
closer look at this Creation Myth reveals the following problems;
Genesis I is not about the creation of the material world
or mortal life, since mortal life is originated in Genesis II.
Instead, Genesis I is a spiritual creation with the spiritual image of
man as its main theme—The
Creation of Man.
six day count is not a solar day count. It is instead the introductory
image of God
from whom man's spiritual image and behavioral likeness are created on
the sixth day.
The Creation Myth does not connect to the second creation story in Genesis
II and III—the
of Adam, nor does it connect to the rest of the Bible as its
is a useless paradigm.
The Creation Myth does not deliver the window of order and the nature
of man's mathematics to the rest of the Bible, that is so necessary for
understanding scripture. Therefore
it is a useless paradigm.
The evolution of man has never been interpreted to be part of Genesis I, because
the distinction between multiply, for sexual reproduction, and after
their kind, for evolution, has never been understood.
Creation of Man addresses the problems above to deliver a long awaited reasonable solution to
the Creation Date Controversy (sometimes called the Creation-evolution
Controversy) as the only true foundation of the Bible. This is the
necessary foundation that delivers underlying Bible mathematics for
the nature of man, structures Bible scripture,
harmonizes the Creation with
science, and bonds the Old and New Testament together as one.
reason becomes a partner with faith, instead of an obstacle.
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