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Genesis 1:21  (King James Version)
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<< Genesis 1:20   Genesis 1:22 >>


Genesis 1:20-25

Verses 20-23 describe the creation of the first animals, the fish and other animals that live in the ocean, and birds that fly in the air. God creates land animals in verses 24-25. It is interesting that God does not specifically mention the creation of flying insects, fungi, bacteria, and many other living things. This is because the creation account is a very brief, condensed version of what happened. We know from many other scriptures (e.g., Exodus 20:11; John 1:3) that God is the Creator of everything that exists.

Earl L. Henn (1934-1997)
Genesis 1: Fact or Fiction?




Other Forerunner Commentary entries containing Genesis 1:21:

Genesis 2:7
Ecclesiastes 7:1-4
Acts 15:14-18
1 Timothy 4:4-5

 

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