Re: Pentecost responses (virgin birth)
To: "Robert W. Schaibley" <PASSCHAIBRW@crf.cuis.edu>, firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: Pentecost responses (virgin birth)
From: Carl Conrad <C25001CC@wuvmd.wustl.edu>
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 94 10:25:03 CST
>Received: from virginia.edu (uvaarpa.Virginia.EDU) by ns.dknet.dk with SMTP id AA15342 (5.65c8/IDA-1.4.4j for <email@example.com>); Thu, 28 Jul 1994 18:03:25 +0200
In-Reply-To: Your message of Thu, 28 Jul 1994 08:54:15 -0500 (CDT)
On Thu, 28 Jul 1994 08:54:15 -0500 (CDT) you said:
>William S. Monroe writes, concerning Gen 3.15
> >This is simply an explanation of existing relations between man and snakes.
>And they call some of US "literalists"!!!
I think the point of Monroe's original statement was rather that this snippet
in Genesis 3 is an aetiology of the hostility between human beings and snakes
that is part of ordinary existence: the hostility is explained by an aetiolo-
gical story accounting for how that hostility came into being in primeval
>Internet: PASSCHAIBRW@crf.cuis.edu -or- firstname.lastname@example.org