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'''Genesis''' is the first chapter of the [[Old Testament]]. It starts with how [[Christian Fundamentalism|Christian Fundamentalists]] imagine the [[Universe]] was created. Genesis goes on to unreasonable stories like [[Noah's flood]] and a bit later the [[Tower of Babel]]. Genesis goes on to how believers imagine a loving [[God]] commanded Abraham to sacrifice his son, Isaac. Though Isaac was spared at the last minute the young lad would have been in extreme terror of death.
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'''Genesis''' is the first chapter of the [[Old Testament]]. It starts with how [[Christian Fundamentalism|Christian Fundamentalists]] imagine the [[Universe]] was created.
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Genesis goes on to unreasonable stories like [[Noah's flood]] and a bit later the [[Tower of Babel]]. Genesis tells readers a bit further on on to how believers imagine a loving [[God]] commanded Abraham to sacrifice his son, Isaac. Though Isaac was spared at the last minute the young lad would have been in extreme terror of death.
   
 
Fortunately there's no reason to believe Genesis is any more reasonable than other [[Bronze Age]] [[Mythology]] of the time.
 
Fortunately there's no reason to believe Genesis is any more reasonable than other [[Bronze Age]] [[Mythology]] of the time.

Revision as of 10:02, 1 July 2016

Genesis is the first chapter of the Old Testament. It starts with how Christian Fundamentalists imagine the Universe was created.

Genesis goes on to unreasonable stories like Noah's flood and a bit later the Tower of Babel. Genesis tells readers a bit further on on to how believers imagine a loving God commanded Abraham to sacrifice his son, Isaac. Though Isaac was spared at the last minute the young lad would have been in extreme terror of death.

Fortunately there's no reason to believe Genesis is any more reasonable than other Bronze Age Mythology of the time.

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