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Day Three—Land and Seas

Day Three began with organizational processes acting on the rotating sphere that had been set in motion on the first day and divided into separate “waters” on the second day. What does it mean that God gathered the “seas” into “one place?” What scientific insight can help us understand the primeval shaping of Earth’s elements?

 

Other episodes in this series:

Introduction and Day One—The Tri-Universe

Day Two—The Firmament

Day Three—Plants and "Kinds"

Day Four—Sun, Moon, and Stars

Day Five—Sea Cucumbers to Sea Monsters

Day Five—Soaring Birds to Scary Pterodactyls

Day Six—Cattle, Beasts of the Earth, and Creeping Things

Day Six—Made in God's Image

Day Six—Man as God's Steward

 

                  
 

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