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If All Animals Were Created As Plant Eaters, Why Do Some Have Sharp Teeth? - Article
John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... teaches that in the original "very good" (Genesis 1:31) Earth, all of the animals were to be plant eaters (v.30). It wasn't until after Adam sinned and the curse of death was pronounced on all creation (Genesis 3:14-19) that...
What Could the God of Scripture Call Very Good? - Article
John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... thing that He had made, and, behold, it was very good" (Genesis 1:31). What was that world really like? Was it different from our world? Could God call this world "very good"? The world that we experience contains much beauty...
A Marvelous Symmetry - Article
John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... He uses today, for He rested from His creative activity (Genesis 2:1-2). Different laws were in operation during creation. The basic law of science recognizes the impossibility of creating or annihilating today. Now God maintains His...
Adam's Failure--Christ's Strength - Article
John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... cursed creation. Adam had never seen or experienced death (Genesis 2:17) until he sinned (3:19,22). God had ordained nakedness (2:25), but sin distorts everything (3:7,21). Before sin, Adam and Eve had known only blessing (1:28), but the...
Creation and the Curse - Article
James Stambaugh, M.DIV. - God's curse on the creation. Its announcement is presented in Genesis 3, but Paul's commentary on it in Romans 8:19-21 is the key to our understanding of this event. We need to determine when Paul said it occurred and to what extent its effect was...
Romans 8:19: creature - Study Note
of God’s primeval curse on His creation because of sin (Genesis 3:14-19), and its promised future deliverance. The latter awaits the unveiling to the world of all those who have been brought into God’s spiritual...
The Terror of Anthrax in a Degrading Creation - Article
Todd Charles Wood, Ph.D. - ... but from the degenerative effects of the Curse on creation (Genesis 3:14-19). Recently, I presented evidence of genome decay in the mycoplasmas that supports this model of a degrading creation.1 Unlike the simpler disease mechanism of the...
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