Overview Genesis 1 Genesis 2 Evolution My interpretation of the origin of the universe How old is Earth? Does it reconcile with the message of the Bible My worldview How my beliefs impacted my worldview My view of God My view of Humanity Who is responsible for the care of earth?
Genesis 1 In Genesis 1:1, the Lord created both heaven and earth. It took God six 24-hour days to complete his creation, therefore, He is the creator of all things (“Lecture 2”, 2017). In Genesis 1:3-5, God created light to divide it from darkness on the first day, and on the second day God created the sky.
On the third day, God created land, sea, plants, and trees (Genesis 1:9-11). God created the light of day and night, and the stars on the fourth day (Taylor, 2015). In Genesis 1:20-21, God created the animals of the sea, and birds to fly in the sky on the fifth day. God created animals and the first human on the sixth day (Taylor, 2015). Genesis 1 Cont.
Adam was introduced in Genesis 2. God realized that the plants had not sprung, and that there was no one to care for the plants (Genesis 2:5). He then created Adam from dust (Genesis 2:7), and created him in God’s image (Diffey, 2015). Adam was placed in the Garden of Eden, and he had to care for and name all the animals (“Lecture 2”, 2017). Genesis 2
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