Increasing Complexity

In the sequence of Creation as depicted in Genesis chapter one, God handiwork becomes more and more complex as the week goes on. First light, then stars and planets, then plants, then animals, then man, and finally woman, who truly is the piece de resistance of God’s creativity.

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One Response to Increasing Complexity

  1. Benjamin says:

    No, creation ended with man.

    Woman is a sub-set of man, a derivative, literally. She was not created, but formed from man.

    Likewise, my hair and my hands were both formed from me, when I was but a small growing baby in the womb. But, they are not the next step of creation, nor a later one. They are simply part of me, and formed from me. Flesh from my flesh, and bone from my bone.

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