"The literal truth of Genesis is the only way the literal need for a Savior exists" Jay said. The more I pondered the book of Genesis, in all it's "firsts" (first account of earth's existence, first man, first woman, first spoken words of God to humans, first sin, first judgment, first promise of redemption...) it struck me, really for the first time, how true Jay's statement is. If Adam and Eve were not literally created and did not literally sin just as Genesis records it, then there would have been no need for a Savior. Christians who talk about the possibility of a mix between Biblical creation and evolution are missing this. There's so much more I want to say about this, but I will hold off.
We were able to spend lunchtime with Jay and his wife Amy, together with the Mosses, Seeleys, and Humes. This was a nice getaway from our usual Sunday afternoon.
|(at the Moss home)|
Kristin, Antja Humes, Cedric and Alexine Moss, Mindy and Tim Seeley,
Amy and Jay Seegert, Keith, and David Humes
|Keaton and Kendall, Debbie Johnson (the Moss's niece), Logan and Zach Seeley,|
Kara, and Abby Moss