Tag Archives: Creation

Battling Ideas Instead of People

I recently noticed a disquieting tendency in the Christian community. It’s not a new thing, but these recent reflections on love have made it stand out. Basically, there’s a difference between challenging an idea, and challenging the people who believe … Continue reading

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Genesis and the Creator’s Voice

The initial narratives in Genesis not only describe creation, but also introduce the Creator. As such, we can learn a lot about Him by studying those passages. One of the most significant and outstanding of His characteristics is the fact … Continue reading

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Believing in the Truth of Genesis

A debate is going on over the initial passages of Genesis, over the level of truth that one ascribes to it. It is often characterized as a choice between a natural, literal interpretation, and mere figurative speech. We are often … Continue reading

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The Natural Reading of Genesis

Recently, I ran across a statement in an article about how to tell whether the Genesis creation account is figurative or not. The statement implied that a natural reading pointed to a literal interpretation, which is a common perspective for … Continue reading

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Creation Revelation

Recently, a few Scripture passages came together for me that highlight an interesting perspective about the Genesis creation account. First, a verse in Hebrews made me think about the nature of revelation, and then it connected with a couple other … Continue reading

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