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"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty"
Genesis 1
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"You are free to eat from any tree in the garden; but you must not eat from the tree of knowledge, good and evil"
Genesis 2
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"I will greatly increase your pains in child bearing... for dust you are and dust you will return"
Genesis 3
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"be fruitful and multiply"
Genesis 1:28
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"God saw that it was good"
Genesis 1:10
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"let there be light"
God commanded in Genesis 1 at the creation
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Day 1: God created the world, Day 2: land,sea,day,night, Day 3: seasons,
Day 4: filled the sky and sea, Day 5: "let the earth be full of animals", Day 6, created humans, Day 7: He rested
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Hebrew "eons"
literally means a long period of time
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"God created man in his likeness"
Genesis 1:28
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"never felt a crisis of faith"
John Polkinghorne
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"science can purify religion, form error and superstition; religion can purify science from idolatry and false absolutes"
Pope John Paul II
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God is not a "magician with a magic wand able to do everything"
Pope Francis- Science and religion are compatible as long as we believe God gave us the soul
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"the re is no instinct conflict between Christianity and the theory of evolution provided that Christians believe that the individual soul is a direct creation by God"
Pope Pius XII
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"whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life"
John 3:16
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"the soul of man is immortal and imperishable"
Plato
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"your body is a temple... you're not on your own"
1 Corinthians 6
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"the Lord God formed a man and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life"
Genesis 2:7
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we are "animated by a soul"
Catholicism
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"I believe in God the Father Almighty," "I believe in Jesus Christ", "by the power of the Holy Spirit"
Apostles Creed
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"Rule over the fish of the sea... every living thing that moves on the ground"
Genesis 1:28
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"so man gave names to all the animals"
Genesis 2:20
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man "to work the ground to which ha had been taken"
Genesis 2:23
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"The Lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work and keep it"
Genesis 2:15
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"little sisters" God the "creator loveth you much"
St Francis of Assissi
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"in the light of Christian ethical principals developments in science, medicine and technology should be monitored"
The Church of England
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"men and women should be stewards and curators not exploiters of its resources"
Methodists
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"all intimately connected in the way in which we treat all"
Quakers
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"are not 5 sparrows sold for 2 pennies? yet not one of them is forgotten by God"
Luke 12
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"every human act of irresponsibility towards creatures is an abomination"
Father Lanfranco Serreni (WWF)
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"change transformation, reformation and hope"
AROCHA
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"response to the growing threat of catastrophic climate change"
Operation Noah
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"God cared for all animals"
John 1:46
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"do not destroy trees ... because you can eat their fruit"
OT
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"the earth is the lords and everything in it"
Psalm24
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"science can purify religion"
Pope John Paul II
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"animals existed entirely for the benefit of humanity"
Augustine
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God's love is intended "not just for human beings but for all creatures"
Andrew Lindzey
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"nothing can come from nothing"
Aristotle
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"what singles out the scientific account... it is supported by evidence."
Richard Dawkins
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Genesis 2

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Genesis 1:28

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Genesis 1:10

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