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Today, 16 october 2018

King James version (en)

For, behold, I create new heavens and a new earth: and the former shall not be remembered, nor come into mind.

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Wesley's Notes

The calling of the Gentiles: the Jews for their incredulity, idolatry, and hypocrisy, rejected,  65:1-7.
A remnant shall be saved,  65:8-10.
Judgments on the wicked, and blessings on the Godly,  65:11-16.
The flourishing and peaceable state of the New Jerusalem,  65:17-26.

I create - I am about wholly to change the state not only of my people, but to bring a new face upon the world, which shall abide until a new heavens and earth appear, in which shall dwell nothing but righteousness. Not be remembered - That state of things shall be so glorious, that the former state of my people shall not be remembered.

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Why such a difference in the Jewish and Greek chronologies ? How to explain that in the beginning God creates people and gives them the commandment of reproduction (what they did not do while in Paradise), and then in the chapter 2 He creates the woman? Does it mean then that the second chapter doubles the first?

 

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