Seven Days Of Creation In Genesis 1

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It is common for people to want to know where they came from or how they came to be. The Bible has two different stories explaining what happened during creation. Though, different people view these stories differently. To some the seven days of creation in Genesis 1 are actually seven days, to others those days are viewed as hundred of thousand of years. Either could be correct because there is no actual primary source of knowledge about creation
In Genesis 1 there are seven distinct days of creation and it is told in ways that it seems like God has a plan for what he is doing, that every move made is deliberate. This version of creation makes Christians feel like God has a plan for us and that he knows what he is doing. The fact that this story makes Christians feel more secure about God makes this story the more predominant one in the Christian faith. The story of creation
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Also in the second story God is made to seem like he does not have a plan or that he does not know what he is doing. It seems this way because God didn’t have a plan for man until he decided that man needed a partner. Even when God decided that man needed a partner it appeared as if Good still didn’t have a plan because he made all the animals and creatures first before he decided on making woman from man. This is not popular with the Christian beliefs because God is supposed to always have a plan for us; he is supposed to have all the answers. In this second story it appears as if God doesn’t really know what is going on and that he is learning as he goes. The second story does provide information that does provide useful to the story of The Fall of Man, because in the second story God tells Adam that they are not allowed to eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. This is one of the reasons that this story of creation is still useful to Christian

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