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Genesis 1:6-19

At the weekend my wife and I like to have lunch by the ocean, and while doing so we watch the surf hurling itself at the beach. No matter how hard giant waves batter the beach, they will never climb the rocks to where we sit, still less the mountains that arise just across the coastal highway. Relatively small-scale floods can imperil parts of the land, but in principle God has firmly established the boundary between sea and land. (Admittedly humanity itself might be able to frustrate God’s work here, as we can often frustrate God’s work, and global warming is a way we could do it, though this would more likely involve our destroying the oceanfront by causing wildfires to come down the mountains than by a tsunami climbing up them.)...

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