Preaching in a YEC context

Guess who, starting this Sunday, is preaching a four-part sermon series on Genesis 1-3 and has two thumbs?



Why does it have to be YEC context? I love the story of the Tower of Babel, where the origin of different languages began. :slight_smile:

That story isn’t in Genesis 1-3.

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I never said it was. I said that I love that story. Gives such a great insight into man’s wickedness, the reason why there are nations and borders, why war is sometimes necessary and a good thing, and how depraved, corrupt and disobedient man can be, and the best part is possibly the rise of different gods, practice of astrology, in which ancient astronauts believe were aliens…love…love…love the Babel account :slight_smile:

Most of the people listening are probably presuming YEC; that’s the context in which I’m speaking.

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