By George Sale, George Psalmanazar, Archibald Bower, George Shelvocke, John Campbell and John Swinton.
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73. 32 THE DOCTRINE OF CREATION inaccessibility and nothingness. It may be (here I defer to the authorities) that events prior to the Big Bang are scientifically inaccessible; perhaps presently inaccessible, perhaps always. But if they are this does not confer on the Big Bang the honour of being the act of creation. For the Big Bang was a process; a short, sharp process, but a process nonetheless. For in the Bang pre-existing stuff was involved, however currently inaccessible to scientific articulation that stuff is.
Israel used and invented primal aetiologies in her own way: she incorporated them in a total narrative whose defining event is not the Beginning but an event within what is begun, the Exodus. The genealogies of Genesis 1-11 are the very point of the chapters: they establish the sequence of connected events from the 'genealogy' of the universe itself to Abraham and the other patriarchs. But already the patriarchal history is itself a prelude, of a remarkable sort: the patriarchal history tells how God was the God of Israel before there was Israel.
Whichever linguistic choice we make, there is in God what I would like to call - and precisely not as a figure - dramatic distention. So doing I am of course taking up and playing with the definition of time by the most famous of my predecessors in the strategy of this chapter, in the great chapter of his Confessions to which I have already referred. 'We see therefore that time is a kind of "distention" (quandam esse distentionem)'u Indeed, to make clear what difference is made by a thoroughly trinitarian understanding of God's creating, I want to spend a few minutes contrasting Augustine's doctrine with that here proposed.
An Universal History from the Earliest Account of Time to the Present - 1744 - Folio Edition - Volume Three by George Sale, George Psalmanazar, Archibald Bower, George Shelvocke, John Campbell and John Swinton.