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Let me explain it to you in a language youll understand Have you ever heard these words before Have you ever said or even thought these words before I would dare say that everyone that has raised children or has a little brother or sister has found the need to explain something to a child in a language theyd understand Then why is it so difficult to understand that the story of creation is not a scientific explanation of how we came about but a story explained in a language the people in that age could understand concerning Gods relationship with them and the universe What did they know then of the world around them What sense would it have made to tell them that we are on a huge ball of dirt and water with a molten core held in space by energies we still dont totally comprehend That the lights in the sky are planets and stars that there childrens childrens children would someday be attempting to go to At the time the story of creation was written it was not necessary or beneficial to divulge the secrets of the universe Just as it is not necessary to tell a child of three the details of procreation when they ask where do babies come from You speak to them in a language they will understand such as When a mommy and daddy love each other so much a baby is created from that love This is acceptable to the child and not something that will not fit with what they learn later Though they will also learn unfortunately that children are also born from one night stands loose moral behavior and rape or abuse But this does not make the initial story they were told untrue it just means there is more to it than what they were told then So why do people have a problem believing that
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