Podcast: A Bible Study on Genesis 1 and 2 (part 2)

Mere FidelityOn this week’s episode of Mere Fidelity, we decided to continue the Bible study in the creation narrative of Genesis that we began last week (I’m late to posting this one, as I’ve been without proper Internet connection for the past week).

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About Alastair Roberts

Alastair Roberts (PhD, Durham University) writes in the areas of biblical theology and ethics, but frequently trespasses beyond these bounds. He participates in the weekly Mere Fidelity podcast, blogs at Alastair’s Adversaria, and tweets at @zugzwanged.
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5 Responses to Podcast: A Bible Study on Genesis 1 and 2 (part 2)

  1. Geoff Graham says:

    Well tethered again, by AR, with the theological “creativity “of creation, despoiled by the interjected contributions from AW: sound though they may have been, they sounded terrible, unfortunately, acoustically garbled in the UK, perhaps spoken from beneath the waters?

  2. Alastair, I just spent a good while searching for a particular comment you once made on the topic of human origins. I might be wrong on this, but I think you were suggesting that there were other humans than just Adam and Eve, and that Adam was the representative priest of that pre-fall humanity. Maybe I’m way off, but I think I remember you articulating that view somewhere, in just a paragraph or so. Any idea where that might be? If not, would you mind giving a brief articulation your understanding of human origins as it relates to Gen 1–3?

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