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Who Is God Talking To In Genesis 1?

In the beginning of the genesis story when God says "Let there be light" who is he talking to? and how can he talk in the vacuum of space?

At genesis 1.26 God says ""Let us make man in our image, in our likeness, and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the livestock, over all the earth, and over all the creatures that move along the ground."

Again i ask, "Who is God talking to?

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It was Moses not Abraham, sorry for the mistake. They're called the five books of Moses

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wait! i'm confused here, you mean Abraham wrote the first 5 books including the story of moses, ten commandments and all? Then Abraham must know much about the future, did he write about the child molestation that is happening these days? may be he ran out of ink.

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lolx christians are totally brainwashed infact i don't know what else to say , they are truely confused !!

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You're getting it wrong here buddy. God only showed Moses how HE created everything in Genesis 1 &2.

Moses then grew up to witness Exodus, Levitus, Numbers and Deuteronomy, thereby writing the first five books of the Bible including genesis.

From Genesis 2 to 11 before Moses's birth, man had already filled the earth and  were therefore living witnesses to what happened after creation.

Moses grew to know what only happened after creation through his father, greatgrand father and so on, but came to know what happened during creation and how God created everything when God showed him HIS back (the past, the creation).

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Yes i get your gist now and it sounds like nonsense to me.

According to you, one man (Abraham) wrote the first five books of the bible after having it dictated to him by God. Anyone can write something down and say it was dictated to him by God. Judging by the knowledge and understanding of the world at the time it was written suggests that it was made up and written by men of the time. An omnipotent and omniscient god would not be so ignorant of the facts of his own creation.

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No one witnessed what God said In Genesis 1 (except ofcourse the angels), but God visited Moses and told him how HE made and created the heavens, earth and everything in it.

Before the death of Moses, he wrote the first five books of the Bible; Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. The books are later called the books of Moses

Hope you get the gist now!

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@Ogaga chui trés heureux pour avoir connu un mec comme vous, voila je part a londre dans 3 semain alor je te ferrais sign qu'an je serais a london comme sa je peux venir a Paris. je suis a Milano en ce moment, tinkient ton album serais trés cool parceque tu est un bon garçon.

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Ogaga parle a sa amis/frere in francais. hahaha.

je parle petit francais.

ogaga ton frere est dan italy.

A bientot

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Very good question. Whoi was god talking to in Genisis 1? And also who was the person who witnessed and wrote down what god said in Genisis 1?

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I see, so god created his angels before he created light, the universe, galaxies, stars, planets and the earth. How could he see them with no light? You seem to be making this up as you go along.

Can you not see that the whole story was made up by ancient bronze age people who knew nothing about soundwaves for speech and the speed of sound. The speed of light makes it impossible for all the stars and galaxies to have been created in one day. It takes 4 years for the light from alpha centauri to reach the earth. a lot of the stars and galaxies we see in the sky predate the earth by millions of years and their light is just reaching us now.

Anyone who still believes that genesis is a factual account of our history is not thinking rationally.

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n u my friend should do the same as well. why are u pretending to be wat u're not?

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More reason why you should study harder, or should I say further! Most events and occurrence (s) in the history of the Church are not recorded in the Bible alone.

Go to your Christian library and ask for Church History textbooks and events, The Apostles personal journal and so on.

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HE was talking to HIS angels, though my fellow Christian brothers and sisters would argue otherwise.

Moses knew God so well that he became God's friend. If Jesus was present as of that time, he would have pointed it out when writing Genesis.

New generation Pastors tend to convince their flocks that Jesus was present during creation but have so far failed to admit that Jesus is God.

Christians have for generations been so naive and confused about Jesus and God. If Jesus was present when God was creating the earth, then that means there is Jesus and there is God, hello people! Except if I'm now told that Jesus was the one making the creation, thereby elimination whom we believe to be our God.

I've seen pastors apologising for calling Jesus God. Pls for goodness sake, lets stick to one. Afterall, there is one mediator between God and man, Jesus. A mediator is a representative and not a true figure of the representator.

God was talking to His angels

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I thought jesus is god? I just realized that the jews that wrote down the fable actually do not beleieve it the way the christians do, the jews mostly regard it as an allegorical tale. The christians here are busy beating their heads against the wall lying to themselves and trying to put things into the jewish creation story that were never intended by the jews that wrote them. Jesus has no part or role in the genesis fable. Jesus is a christian fable and has no role in the jewish fable.

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Him jesus and angels. lol

Seriously him self and jesus i think

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