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What does Genesis tell us?

What does Genesis tell us?
Bruce Craven, June 2008.

 

                                                                                               

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Reader in Mathematics at Melbourne University until retirement. Still active in mathematical research and writing.

Abstract

Genesis 1 describes the creation of a coherent world by a single Creator, and humans with something Godlike in them. Days of creation are secondary. While the development took a long time, it was not just random. For chemical elements, and life, to exist, physical constants had to be set with great precision, showing God's purpose.

Key words

Genesis, creation, one Creator, coherent structure, purpose, physical constants, random, purpose.

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