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The opinion that the Israelites drew it from the cosmogony of this or the other ancient people, and altered it according to their delitzwch religious ideas, will need no further refutation, after what we have said respecting the cosmogonies of other nations. Again, as even in the present order of nature the excessive increase of the vegetable kingdom is restrained, not merely by the graminivorous animals, but also by the death of the plants themselves through the exhaustion of their vital powers; so the wisdom of the Creator could easily have set bounds to the excessive increase of the animal world, without requiring the help of huntsmen and beasts of prey, since many animals even now lose their lives by natural means, without being slain by men or eaten by beasts of prey.
The periods of creation, which modern geology maintains with such confidence, that not a few theologians have accepted them as undoubted and sought to bring them into harmony with the scriptural account of the creation, if not to deduce them from the Bible itself, are inferences partly from the successive strata which compose the crust of the earth, and partly from the various fossil remains of plants and animals to clmmentary found in those strata.
And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years:. This module is based on the BibleWorks 8 user-created module by Willem Swanepoel, available here: See what else is in the SwordSearcher Deluxe library.
Ans God blessed them, saying, Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas, and let fowl multiply in the earth. According to optical appearance, it is described as a carpet spread out above the earth Psalm He became assistant professor at the University of Leipzig inand full professor at the University of Rostock inthen the University of Erlangen inand in he came back to the University of Leipzigwhere he spent the rest of his life.
From this it follows, that, according to the creative will of God, men were not to slaughter animals for food, nor were animals to prey upon one another; consequently, that the fact which now prevails universally in nature and the order of the world, the violent and often painful destruction of life, is not a primary law of nature, nor a divine institution founded in the creation itself, but entered delifzsch world along with death at the fall of man, and became a necessity of nature through the curse of sin.
This concrete essence of the divine likeness was shattered by sin; and it is only through Christ, the brightness of the glory of God and the expression of His essence Hebrews 1: That this verse is not a heading merely, is evident from the fact that the following account of the course of the creation commences with w andwhich connects the different acts of creation with the fact expressed in Genesis 1: Lastly, even now the occurrence of fossil human bones among those of animals that perished at least before the historic age, can no longer be qnd, although Central Asia, the cradle of the human race, has not yet been thoroughly explored by palaeontologists.
The Creation of the World – Genesis 1: The manner in which God instructed the first men with reference to the creation must be judged according to the intercourse carried on by Him, as Creator and Father, with these His commentart and children. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Views Read Edit View history. In the earthly creation this division is repeated in the distinction between spirit and nature; and in man, as the microcosm, in that between spirit and body.
By a simple and unvarnished description of the development of the world under the guidance and discipline of God, it shows how God, as the preserver and governor of the world, dealt with the human race which He had created in His own image, and how, notwithstanding their fall and through the misery which ensued, He prepared the way for the fulfillment of His original design, and ans establishment of the kingdom which should bring salvation to the world.
If then the premises from which the geological periods have been deduced are of such a nature that not one of them is firmly established, the different theories as to the formation of the earth commenatry rest upon two questionable assumptions, viz.
Overview – Keil and Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament
At the time of Delitzsch’s baptism Germany was under French rule and had enacted Jewish emancipationbut the law still excluded Jews from government positions and teaching posts; and after the defeat of Napoleon inthe emancipation edict was repealed.
Is this representation of the work of creation, which follows in the simplest way from the word of God, at variance with correct ideas of the omnipotence and wisdom of God? At the creative word of God the bodies of light came into existence in the firmament, as lamps. As God revealed Himself to the first man not in visions, but by coming to him in a visible form, teaching him His will, and then after his fall announcing the punishment Genesis 2: Nicholas Church in central Leipzig, ksil the name “Franz Julius”.
Biblical Commentary Old Testament. Keil and Delitzsch.6 vols.complete.Clark’sFTL.1864.1892.
And through these operations of God upon the world in theophanies, or revelations by word and deed, the historical development of the human race became a history of the plan of salvation. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.
He regarded the development of German theological science as a passing phase of error. In this verse, however, the existence of any primeval material is precluded by the object created: Ruach Elohim is not a breath of wind caused by God Theodoret, etc.
And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he Kejl This arrangement flowed quite naturally from the contents keip purport of the book. Although, therefore, the two periods differ considerably with regard to their scope commentqry contents, in their historical importance to the book of Genesis they are upon a par; and the number ten stamps upon the entire book, or rather upon the early history of Israel recorded in the book, the character of completeness.
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Genesis 1 Keil and Delitzsch OT Commentary
The seven days’ works are not so many “prophetico-historical tableaux,” which were spread before the commemtary eye of the seer, whether of the historian or the first man. The time occupied in the first rotations of the earth upon its axis cannot, indeed, be measured by our hour-glass; but even if they were slower at first, and did not attain their present velocity till the completion of our solar system, this would make no essential difference between the first three days and the last three, which were regulated by the rising and setting of the sun.
The first period embraces the development of the human race from its first creation and fall to its dispersion over the earth, and delitzscn division of the one race into many nations, with different languages 2: