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One day at a time

From: user 3.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 8, 2007 12:51 PM
The Hebrew, or Old, portion of the bible was written in Hebrew, and the world 'Yom' could mean either the traditional sundown to sundown day (as in Yom Kippur), or an arbitrary period of time.  We use the words 'second' (wait a second) or 'minute' as similar figures of speech... 

The only time these myths - which have value by themselves - run into difficulty is when they are interpreted literally - they then lose their value as myths, and have no other purpose.

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