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Genesis 1-2


20And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven.
21And God created great whales, and every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly, after their kind, and every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was
good.
22And God blessed them, saying, Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas, and let fowl multiply in the earth.


Extrapolations:
1) " Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl..."
2) "...every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth..."
3) "And God blessed them, saying, Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas, and let fowl multiply in the earth."

These three sentences, or statments all make the a unique identification. Life came from the waters [ oceans] and then spread/ migrated to land. This identification seems to have been directly stated in the first two sentences and indirectly stated in the third.

1) Sentence one clearly states that water brought forth creatures that had life and then brought fourth fowl. It can then be deduced that water gave rise to life, which eventually gave rise to fowl. Fowl is being interpreted as a bird or creature of flight that exists outside water. Notice how fowl was lised last. Water first gave rise to creatures that had life inside the water, and then the creatures that had life inside the water eventually gave rise to fowl. This can be deduced from the order in which the previous elements were listed. This leads to deduction number one.
A. Deduction I
i) Water gave rise to all life. Organisms that live outside the water came after the life that originated inside the water.
a) order of appearance of elements.
i) Water
ii) Organisms inside water
iii) Organisms outside of water.

2) Sentence two states that God created every living creature that moved, and that every living creature that moved was brought fourth from the water. This seems to strengthen sentence number one. It seems to repeat, or at least, try to replicate the themes that are presented in sentence number one.
A. Deduction II.
i) Living creatures were created from the waters because of the will of God. Waters brought fourth life.

3) Sentence three makes the same identity as sentences number one and number two , except it does so in a indirect manner. According to an opinionated interpretation God blessed the creatures and told them to fill the waters, and let the fowl multiply in the earth. The order in which the elements are listed ( element 1 being water, element 2 being creatures of flight existing outside water), implies that the creatures would first fill the waters, and then the creatures of flight would fill the earth.
A. Deduction III.
i) Living creatures first filled the waters, and then creatures of flight filled the earth. Creatures of water came before creatures existing outside of the water.

Deductions
A) Water gave rise to all life. Organisms that live outside the water came after the life that originated inside the water.
B) Living creatures were created from the waters because of the will of God. Waters brought fourth life.
C) Living creatures first filled the waters, and then creatures of flight filled the earth. Creatures of water came before creatures existing outside of the water.
D) All of these procesess were the will and creation of God. God was responsible and was in complete control.

From the three deductions it can be assumed that water first gave birth to life. The organisms that first formed inside the water, evenually gave rise to organisms that live outside the water ( fowl). Organisms formed inside the water before organisms formed outside of the water. Organisms moved, or evolved, from the habitat of water to the habitat of land. This was the will of God


It is importatnt to note that the views and interpretations expressed in this paper are known to be the sole views and interpretations of an opinionated individual. The views and interpretaions may in fact be completely wrong and filled with error. They are only given to give rise to novel cognitive thinking. God knows the true meaning and true interpretaions of His words. I acknowledge the views and opinions may be completely wrong, or even partially wrong. If such is the case, I apologize and ask for forgiveness from God.

The versus were taken from the King James Version Bible.
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nice work. you got all scholastic on our butts.

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ben
hey john,

something someone said today that i thought you might want to ponder...

could God have created the earth to appear really old even though its not?

I mean, the bible says that God created Adam, we can deduce he was probably created and looked about 27 years old even though he was a day old. So why could the earth not appear to be the same? This logic might have an effect on your further deductions of science correlating with the bible.

just a thought. it might explain a lot of "missing links" between the age of earth and proof of this age.

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ben
Quick questions in light of the previous logic proofs regarding creation

Did animals die over a period of millions of years for God to use evolutionary processes to create?


Did death enter the world after or before sin?

Can the hebrew word Yom (day) mean just one day in the context of these verses?


I submit the answers to these questions are

#1 No
#2 NO
#3 YES
Wait, number two wasn't a yes or no question.

Did you mean, "did death enter the world before sin?"

A logical falacy that arises in my mind from question number three is the "can" clause in the begining. This eludes that it COULD mean something else. Does it have one or multiple meanings in the bible?

I'm not saying I believe this. I would however declare that proof of a young earth must also lie somewhere outside of the bible. Logically because if it's true and science is developed enough, it could find the same truth within the scientific method.

For defending the theory of the young earth against non-believers, we must strive to use sources that are available to us that are outside of the bible.

All truth comes from God.

Sorry if this seemed brash or rude. It wasn't my intention, it was just a thought on the subject matter. I'm not in any way saying you don't know this. It just needs to be declared seeing as how this is a public board.

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ben
hey! also, please sign your name so we know who you are. :-)

thanks,

ben
I guess I wasn't careful enough in forming my questions. However, I still didn't get any answers. I think that you understood them, as you clarified them very well. So...as this board is public and you thouroughly clarified the questions, I would like to read your opinion in response to the questions. I have given my opinion in the answers that I've submitted without much explaination, and I will be happy to further support those answers if needed.
I misunderstood the question on the last post,sorry. I messed up my reply as well. I did mean "did death enter the world before sin?", I also meant that the word Yom means only one day in the context of these verses. Thats all. Sorry I messed it up so bad
Biblically speaking I would answer all of your questions with the same answers you gave.

What did you think about my thought earlier? That although appearing old the earth could still be young. Is there anything wrong with this sense of logic? God could have created the earth old in appearance like adam?

Also, please sign your name :-)

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ben
Don't be sorry about messing it up, I think you can delete it by viewing the comment you made while logged in, if you need to edit it, this is a good way to do so.

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ben