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Robert April 29, 2015 at 7:18 am

Great article Jack,
When you consider how powerful God is, it is easy to believe that He created everything in a short amount of time. I am constantly amazed at the ardent atheist who clings to the idea that nothing created everything. Bless you, brother.
Yours in Christ,
Robert

Jack Wellman April 29, 2015 at 8:08 am

I appreciate your kind words my brother and coming from such an outstanding apologetic writer such as you, that means a lot and may God richly bless you my friend.

Paul Eaton June 10, 2019 at 5:38 pm

Greetings.
Great, concise explanation of creation. I looked at when Genesis was written, who wrote it, to whom did he write it and why.
It was written by Moses after the Exodus and before the Israelites entered Canaan. It was to counter existing corrupted pagan accounts of creation and to show that there is only one true God. The Israelites probably had absorbed some of the Egyptian ideas after 400 years of slavery. It seems Moses wrote to counter error. Genesis then becomes a living account with purpose and not just an isolated nor random account to counter modern scientific error.
Thank you for this summary

Jack Wellman June 10, 2019 at 5:55 pm

Thank you Mr. Eaton. I agree that it was probably written after the exodus. We know Moses had lots of time to write with 40 years in the wilderness with Isreal. Good point sir. Thank you.





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