I wrote a response to Herman who had written about theistic evolution and here’s his response.
Hello, whoever you may be.
Thanks for writing.
No one walking on this Earth, besides myself, is an expert on Genesis. Do not
even listen to anyone else trying to expound what Genesis is saying, for they do
not understand the text. 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 (Jesus) in the Gospels.
The world of theology (and creationism) has never understood Genesis, so of
course they would not have told us about this earlier, 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. Genesis chapter two covers about a 200 year 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. If you have
comments, issues, or questions, direct them to me (firstname.lastname@example.org ), or read
the book “Moses Didn’t Write About Creation!”.
Why is it that you could not comprehend that the Fourth Day is the earliest in time,
then the fifth day, then the sixth day? The book further explains each day and the
time period that they were taken from.
If you have questions, I’m the one that has been given the authority to answer them.
Isn’t this the funniest thing ever!