A thorn in the side of the literal interpretation of Genesis

By Ken Gilmore
(Ken is Christadelphian Theist, NOT an Ex-Christadelphian. He does not support or condone the Atheist position of this website) 

The clash between YEC and much of modern science is an example of how shoddy exegesis creates problems that would not exist if the Bible was interpreted in context, rather than in a naive, woodenly literal way. Fundamentalist rejection of geology, biology, and cosmology are without doubt the best known examples of problems created solely by a poor approach to Biblical interpretation, but one lesser known problem is the curious belief that thorns and thistles did not exist until Adam sinned. 
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See also: 'Yet another hominid species? The fossil evidence for human evolution grows even richer.' Click here for another great article by Ken Gilmore. 

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