then that is what is true for you, and i am not inclined to change your mind there, ok. But God expresses the divine plan in the heavens, and smarter guys than me have concluded otherwise than your conclusions. i could give you a link to a Scriptural Astrologist, who is frankly still a bit fundie for my taste, still accepts Rapture, etc...but i do think he is very knowledgeable on this part of the elephant...Jac3510 wrote:RickD wrote:Jac3510 wrote:Only if you're willing, in context, to make the added point that this further proves that YECs don't believe yom means a twenty-four hour days since obviously Joshua's long "day" would have been LONGER thatn 24 hours!!! So see, long days are part of the meaning of yom.
See, you yecs can be reasonable!
Don't flatter us. Give a monkey a typewriter and enough time and he'll give you Romeo and Juliet. Give a YEC enough posts and he'll say something that his intellectual and theological betters can regard as reasonable.
No. There is no such symbolism at all.
he's kind of hard to comprehend at first, ok, refuses to use the heathen names for any of the planets (or even ref them) so that is kind of a pain, but maybe it will serve to get you started. Yes, there is symbolism, and no, you do not have to believe that if you don't wanna.