I posted this long before I had any followers on the Quest. I figured it was worth dusting off. Enjoy!
The opening phrase in the Torah or Genesis 1.1 in Hebrew is “B’raisheet bara”. The most popular translation is the rendering of “In the beginning”. This would of course give one the belief that the creation account is chronological and meant to be literal. While many believe this to be the case one only needs to read the next few sentences to clearly see that it is not chronological at all. “Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters. ” (Genesis 1:2) In reading this sentence literally one can find that water had existed prior to the first creation command of “Let there be light”.
So when did God create water? Well, the Bible does not say anything about God creating water. The Bible only says that God separated the water – “
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