Daniel Pech
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My replies to Lou
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Lou Hamby said:There are some on this web site that treat Christians with a different view with disdain...Jim has very particular things in mind as to his topics. You should realize that by now. You…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Pech Sep 26.

What is the relationship between Chapter One and Chapter Two of the book of Genesis?

I'm not very good at knowing what is off-topic, nor simply realizing that something is off-topic. This is especially a problem when I don't particularly know what the topic is in terms of its general…Continue

Started Sep 8

The Drake Equation on Everything: How An Essentially Godless Conception of Science Misunderstands Everything

The Drake Equation on EverythingPart 1: MusicThe nature of the relation between human musical perception of sound and human sonic-vocal language has, on the part of some scholars, been so overlooked…Continue

Started Aug 14

What is wrong with this that would make celebrated YEC's reject it?
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.I sent the following to multiple celebrated defenders of YEC, but the only reply I got to it was of unexplained rejection. Can anyone here tell me why any YEC would reject it? Am I a flake? Is that…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Pech Jul 21.


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Daniel Pech replied to Lou Hamby's discussion 'Human family from Dr. Snelling'
"I have not seen many graphs, nor do I care about most graphs of most things, and usually not much about graphs that I think might be accurate. My own brain likes graphs, but not for their information, nor for their author. I just like patterns. So…"
Sep 26
Daniel Pech replied to Daniel Pech's discussion 'My replies to Lou'
"Lou, you presented the following nine words: I cannot disagree with what I think those words most naturally mean. Nevertheless, the most charitable thing that I can assume about your general efforts here at CC is that you have certain…"
Sep 26
Daniel Pech replied to Jim Brenneman's discussion 'Meaning of "Earth" in Genesis 1:1-2'
"I offer a number of analogies to your question, 'What is the meaning of “Earth” in Genesis 1:1?' What is the meaning of 'heavy' in the normal everyday statement that "The weight bar was so overloaded with weights…"
Sep 26

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Psalm 104, mostly.

Once, there lived an Ogre, far, far away.
Where the Orgre lived, orgres weren't real.
So he didn't actually live there.

And he wasn't an ogre.
He was an onion.
Like everyone else.

God did not create humans inside a nearly-windowless, non-rotating space ship far out in interstellar space. He created us on a completed living planet. This is why a God-given normal human concern is for how the stable natural physical world came to be. No matter what century or culture in which we are born, we are ever centrally concerned for the part of our physical cosmos that we immediately see naturally supports life.

So, on the one hand, despite literary-centrists such as John Walton, the ancient Hebrew prophets were not some kind of hermits with respect to physical and terrestrial cosmology; And, on the other hand, despite 'science'-centrists, such as Hugh Ross and John Lennox, Genesis 1 is not directly concerned for, much less in support of, the modern secularist-atheist, long-ages cosmological frame of reference.

Carl Sagan, in his famed TV show, Cosmos, maintained a pretense of objectivity by way of trivial locations in interstellar space, and of being inside a space ship, and of watching the cosmos supposedly evolve over eons. But humans' proper main frame of reference is that from a completed living planet, not of any actual or supposed pre-Earth cosmos.

Genesis 1---every bit of it---is universally accessible to the normal human being because of how it begins and proceeds. It tells of how our planet functions to support life, and it does this by telling us of how God formed and filled our planet. In other words, the true Prime Cosmology begins and proceeds exactly how any normal child could best wish:

By total appearances, the account addresses the most ordinary universal human concern, and addresses it in the universally ordinary, terra-prime way.

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