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Evolution as science Cummings, Herman Oct 22, 2007
This comment is posted because of its entertainment value. Have fun.
--TR administration



Clearing the Air About Genesis




No one else, presently walking on this Earth, is an expert on Genesis.
Do not even listen to anyone else trying to expound what Genesis is saying,
or what "creationism" is, for they do not understand the text, and are
speaking from ignorance. There is no "creation account" in Genesis. There
is no such thing as a "creation/evolution" contest. It is "evolution"
verses the "Observations of Moses ", given to Moses by God in 1598 BC, in
biblical order, as revealed by

the Living Word in the Gospels.



The world of theology (and creationism) has never understood Genesis,
so of course they would not have told us the truth, since they never did
their "homework". Each day in Genesis, from Gen. 1:2 thru 2:3 was a 24-hr
day , shown to Moses, taken from seven different weeks (1 day from Creation
Week, 6 days from 6 restoration weeks), and each week was from a different
geologic age. The seven days conveyed to Moses were not linear.



Genesis chapter two covers about a 200 yr period, starting in about
7200 BC, and has nothing to do with chapter one. There was no "evolution".
There was Creation, followed by extinction, then six periods of
restorations, with five more extinction events in between, ending each era
of mankind. With the third era of mankind (the second restoration), God
"redesigned" mankind to be in His image, after His likeness, in about 64
Million BC.



If you have comments, issues, or questions, direct them to me
(ephraim7@aol.com), or read the book "Moses Didn't Write About Creation!".
Have I made myself clear?



Herman Cummings

PO Box 1745

Fortson GA, 31808

Ephraim7@aol.com

(706) 662-2893
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Title Author Date
Evolution as science Dan Nov 20, 2007
Itís been said that the answers to God or the events leading up to the big bang are locked in a great cosmic vault. Most unfortunately, the combination to which is also locked in the vault. Weíre never going to know those answers. Sure, there are plenty who stand outside the vault claiming to know its contents. But deep down, we all know that just isnít possible.

As for evolution, it makes no claim as to creation. It merely recounts the events that have happened in earthís history. The faithful needlessly shake in their shoes.

The understanding of evolution started long before Darwin by a Scotsman named William "Strata" Smith. More commonly known as the father of modern geology, he also unearthed and collected a great many fossils, many of which were clearly extinct. The radiation and subsequent extinction of species was undeniable. Much like today, the mystery of how species came about and why they died was a great mystery.

Darwinís famous voyage was in part to get a better understanding of this. Despite what weíve been told, Darwin didnít sail willy-nilly around the globe stumbling onto the Galapagos Islands having an ah-ha moment and then hot footing it back to England to both write Origin of the Species and to irritate the church.

http://encyclopedia.jrank.org/SIV_SOU/SMITH_WILLIAM_1769_1839_.html
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