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Ecclesiastes 12:7 implications for animals?

God will redeem his whole creation. Paradise would not be paradise without all of creation.A new earth will be just as it is but with God as our creator and no evil.That is my belief.
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Genesis 3:21, how it seems everybody agree that the "skin" is an animal skin which is killed by God?

Genesis 3:21 does not explicitly state that garments for Adam and Eve were made from skin of a dead animal. Christian interpretation often assumes the animal was dead, to achieve its skin as symbols ...
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Genesis 3:21, how it seems everybody agree that the "skin" is an animal skin which is killed by God?

There is a traditional Jewish explanation that the skin is the skin of the snake. That satisfies the "skin of an animal" part. In addition, snakes naturally shed their skin, so no killing ...
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Genesis 3:21, how it seems everybody agree that the "skin" is an animal skin which is killed by God?

Well for decades I would have thought they were animal hides and showed a sacrifice was necessary to cover shame. If we instead thought that our flesh is a covering for our souls, then it is more ...
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Genesis 3:21, how it seems everybody agree that the "skin" is an animal skin which is killed by God?

Genesis, Chapter 3, Verse 21, King James Bible, Unto Adam also and to his wife did the Lord God make coats of skins, and clothed them. I see no place in that statement wherein it states any being ...
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Genesis 3:21, how it seems everybody agree that the "skin" is an animal skin which is killed by God?

The basic issue is how should one understand something which in fact happened. The first two were without clothing and attempted to clothe themselves. They chose material from existing vegetation, ...
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Genesis 3:21, how it seems everybody agree that the "skin" is an animal skin which is killed by God?

Two points: Some commentators do not believe these were actually animal skins. In addition to Christian sources such as the church fathers cited in the OP, this includes Jewish authorities who ...
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Genesis 3:21, how it seems everybody agree that the "skin" is an animal skin which is killed by God?

The origin of the skin is not stated. Tree bark would not be a suitable clothing, practically. Thus the species is not recorded. Spiritually, we are to see the promised humanity (which would rise ...
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Genesis 3:21, how it seems everybody agree that the "skin" is an animal skin which is killed by God?

I'd say that there are 4 primary reasons: The Definition: The word for "skin" עוֹר is used exclusively to refer to human or animal skin. It's never used for anything else. Biblical Context: ...
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Genesis 3:21, how it seems everybody agree that the "skin" is an animal skin which is killed by God?

The operative word in Gen 3:21 is עוֹר ("or") which occurs almost 100 times in the OT Hebrew. It is used in only two senses: skin of a human, eg, Ex 22:26, 34:39, etc skin/hide of an ...
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The date of Jesus' death supposed contradiction

Answer The confusion could be dispelled if we would understand how the NT writers described how the contemporary Jews reckoned the Passover and the days of Unleavened Bread (UB). These are provided in ...
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The date of Jesus' death supposed contradiction

Yeshua could not have died on a Friday and had 3 days and 3 nights in the tomb. And to promote this some believe in a partial day theory, but Jonah did NOT have partial days in the belly of the great ...
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