"Faith was never meant to be ignorant, but based upon
credible facts and evidences. A study of the Hebrew in Genesis one
reveals that what we have is a re-creation out of the pre-existing
materials from the original creation destroyed by a cataclysmic
judgement of Satan and his cohorts."
"Now Pre-Adamic Creation is not a new idea; it has been around for
awhile. It has also been known by some as the Gap Theory. But it
is the only sound solution to the reconciliation of all this
ostensibly contradictory data that must be collated within the
human mind. I firmly believe that in many cases and situations,
the truth always lies between two extremes. So, its been a long
time, and the memory is foggy, but the salient points of this
doctrine are reinforced with Hebrew linguistics, which give it
credence, and which will not be apparent in any English
translation of the Bible. For this reason alone, those who believe
in six-day creation out of nothing have an excuse."
"Gen. 1:1: “In a, “BE”= (no definite article here) beginning,
“RISHAH” = (eternity past) God” - his existence understood as a
given without question - “created, “BARAH”= (out of nothing) the
heavens, “SHAMAHIM”= (plural) and the earth.” Gen 1:2: “But the
earth had become, “TOHU WA BOHU” without form and void...” - this
is cataclysm - which would explain the disappearance of dinosaurs
and other primitive species, as well as a pre-Adamic race of human
beings, and could very well have been the conclusion of the
billions and billions of years, as evidenced by modern geology in
earth core samples. “REQUAM” is not used here, which means God did
not mess up! Gen 1:2 cont’d: “...and darkness, “HASHEK”=
(absolutely no light at all) ‘was’ (not in the text) over the
face, “HAMAJIM”= (waters frozen over solid on the surface with
waters churning beneath - the ice age) of the deep, “TEHOM”= (deep
waters churning under the sea and the ground).” "
"Basically, what happened is that an absence of light caused the
ice age to occur. The raging waters were used to churn the earth,
destroying everything in the process, which then became frozen
(Job 38:4-7; Isa. 14:12-14; Ezek20:11-19; Ezek 28). In other
words, all life was destroyed on the face of the earth. This is
not far removed from current theories regarding darkness
precipitating the end of all life and the onset of an ice age.
“And the Spirit of God was moving, “RAKACH”= (meaning to incubate)
over the (frozen) waters.” God warmed the frozen earth. "
"God then created “ASAH”= (recreated out of preexisting materials,
according to the Hebrew language), the earth and all that is in it
in six days, and reordered the heavenly bodies as necessary. "
"Gen. 1:24-25: All were created after their kind, “MIN” =
(species, or genus); God maintains the form of the creature within
the creation which he created; thus there can be no “missing
links” or transmutations. Some are unique, and some bear
similarity, but each maintains its own identity, and only species
of like kind can be cross-seeded. "
Orin L. Moses III , Dec. 1996
I know it sounds a little fanciful, it stretches the imagination
and sort of shakes up what we may have thought or believed about
creation and the really big picture. But its a theory that's out
Yehudit explained the Lilith concept very well. There is no
scriptural reference to her. However, there are references to
fallen angels sleeping with men creating an offspring race of
Genesis 6:4 "There were giants in the earth in those days; and
also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters
of men, and they bare [children] to them, the same [became] mighty
men which [were] of old, men of renown."
God frowned on the whole picture, sooo...
Genesis 6:5-8 "And GOD saw that the wickedness of man [was] great
in the earth, and [that] every imagination of the thoughts of his
heart [was] only evil continually. And it repented the LORD that
he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart. And
the LORD said, I will destroy man whom I have created from the
face of the earth; both man, and beast, and the creeping thing,
and the fowls of the air; for it repenteth me that I have made
them. But Noah found grace in the eyes of the LORD."