Continuing the discussion from How can Genesis be interpreted to agree with Theistic Evolution?:
sounds like the claim by an atheist “not to believe” not to be a believe as he could not see the evidence, e.g. dismissing you and your statement as unworthy of being evidence
My dear Jamie, I think you are making this up as you go along.
If readers struggle with REAL science… how are we going to get anyone to accept your suppositions and speculations?"
The sequence described by Jamie in
is to me (apart from not thinking of birds and dinosaurs as the prime examples coming to mind) realistic to observed reality. Now would you want to make your readers wonder about where earth was before it experienced cyclic day and night? Also tell me about light. Tell me if there were photons before mass existed or do you think God created mass first and photons later. Do the beancounters insist that there is no light before the sun was visible from earth?
Try to write an executive summary of reality fit for a child to understand but coherent with reality as far as you understand it. And to be true to yourself you have to include the emotional reality that might even have predated the existence of the material reality (unless you have no evidence for an emotional reality).
Good luck trying to do that involving higher math, relativity and genetics and then admire it compared to the handiwork of what is written in Genesis “by some primitive goat herders void of our “scientific” knowlege”.