reply to post by randyvs
Some how i feel that you miss understand what i am trying to get at.
I am one of those people who probably sees genesis differently than any one else does. When people try to correct me on my interpretation, I don't
understand how they got theirs from reading genesis chapter 1.
My mind set just wont accept their explanation. Because, the version they try to make me accept dosent make sense to me. "Its hard to explain".
I think the best way to make you understand how i see things, is to explain how i interpret genesis chapter 1. By showing you the images i get in my
mind from reading the verses.
The first verse in Genesis chapter 1. is the clue to how i understand what God "is
It states that:
1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
In the beginning God "created"
the heaven and the earth.
This verse tells me what God is about to create. Verse 1 is like the title of chapter 1.
And it is supported by Verse 2 which describes what was before heaven and earth was "created".
"In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth".
2 And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the
This is what i see in my mind when i imagine what verse 2 is saying. Darkness/deep space
I don't see earth in my mind at all. How can anyone see or imagine what earth looks like when it's without form and void?
They can only do that because they already know what earth looks like. And they imagine that Moses is looking into the sea of water. How can Moses see
water/void if its not created yet? Personally i believe Moses is looking into the darkness of space, and cant see anything but darkness when he looks
3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.
If you you share the same mind set as me, this next verse (3) will fit perfectly to the image of darkness.
You will get a new image like this:
God is now creating heaven and earth. Within science this is how they explain the singularity. From the core of this light everything will evolve as
things cool down. Ref. to verse 6.
God can only have created this light one way. By a compression of energy/water. The waters represents energy being compressed. The heat from the force
of this compression created the light Moses saw.
If you understand this. You will also know that there was never a Big Bang (explosion). Its physically impossible.
If you understand this view you will also understand that evolution is true, and God never physically formed/shaped man from dirt. God said let the
earth bring forth all living things.
I could do all the verses but that will make this very long. The point is to make you know that at least i dont share the official interpretation of
Genesis. I just can if i am to be honest with my self.