Romans 8:28 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 28 And we know that all things work together for good for those who love God, for those who are called according to his purpose. We need to understand Roman’s 8:28 better, as it is often misused. Many read into Paul’s words that God causes everything to happen, both good or bad.
What we can tell you for a fact is this, Adam and Eve were not in the Garden for ___________________________. Below we have to come at this from a time perspective of how long is the creation day and common sense observations about the creation account. Open your mind and come at this information with no preconceived views, take it in objectively, and at the end of the article you will have your answer and much more.
The Hebrew word is erets in both verse 1 and verse 10. Erets refers to (1) earth, as contrasted to the heavens (Gen 1:1); (2) or more restricted to all the dry land of the earth (1:10); (3) or restricted even further by referring to just the land of a certain section of the earth… Continue Reading →
There are over a dozen different interpretations concerning the creative days of Genesis. Herein we will consider the main four in an effort to make our point. First, there is the young-earth view that asserts that all physical creation was produced in just six literal 24-hour days sometime between 6,000 and 10,000 years ago. Second,… Continue Reading →