Reading Genesis 1 as Originally Intended

Why did the author of Genesis 1 choose six days of creation and not three or ten or twelve–or no days at all? He plainly tells us why. Part 2 of 5 in the series on Gen. 1-11.

For every person who attends a mega-church, a mid-sized or a small one, there are millions who don’t. Blame the unchurched? Bad idea. That’s like blaming the customers for not walking into your shop. Maybe they don’t like what you’re selling.

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