Discussions about the intersection of the things of this world and the things of the world beyond it.

Friday, January 1, 2016

You realize, of course, that if you take the genealogies in Genesis as factual, uninterrupted tallies of lifespans, in order to make arguments about who was still alive when so and so was also alive, that you wind up with a 6000-year-old world, right?

Now, ask yourself, "Is that something I think I have reasonable grounds for doing, in order to bolster an interpretative theory first proposed by people with no sense of the age of the earth?"

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