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iCrsation ii i.j rt.j ij rm i. . mimiiu. aiV u., moanu.i,.n,M nf ifcJwork as Formation All. U1UI1I. It J 111 UIV Ul 1 V I .1 I. V.IJ. IIiV Mc HaskinS; Mr. Chambers or any other Mr. Inorder to sav time and space we s-hall put be fore you our position on the word of GoJ. As we have a copy right for the same. And ask you one and all to pick out the wrongs there is in uur position. And right them down and send them to us and we will print them and send them out to the public But we will not expect any to hatch up some idea or supposit ion ox their own and say that it is scripture. So the first thing we shall give is the foundation of our belief by quoting this scrip ture. "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form and void: and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon a waters and lot it divide the wat- I ais from the watc.s. i And God made a firmament, land divided the waters which J were under the firmament from the waters which Were above the firmament: and it was so. And God called the firmament Heaven, And the evening and the morning were the second day (Gen. 1-6-7-H) Here we see God divided the warcrs of the might deep, with a firmament which He called heav en dividing the waters from a bove the same l you will tee by reading: And the Lrd God formed P. X iswer to Question the face of the waters. 1-12) Now then you the firmament, from the waters that was under the firmament This was no immaginary work; But God's real second days work, And the earth is not yet formed Irian of ti e dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life: and man became a living soul." (Gi n. -2-7.) Here God says that He formed this man from the dust of the ground, and did not speak him into existance by the breath of his mouth. So our readers must plainly see that there, are two distinct men, one created on the sixth day having a dominion given him over all the earth, anu was com manded to be fruitful and mul tiply, The other man was form ed after the seventh day and was placed in a garden. Please read. lis to throw the people into the! Christ. And in giving the peo I great winepress of the wrath of' plcthe milk of the word to the h OQ j Almighty God, please read: people we would say yes. tor ltU' Liu,! "And another angel citne out' it is true that Christ sufTered j from the altar, which had power j without the gate, please read: j over tire, and cried with a loud "Wherefore Jesus also, that to him that had the sharp! he might sanctify the people QUESTION, NO. -29 Bro. Garrett what is the Wine press spoken of in tha Bible? Mary Cronk, The wine press-j what is it? We present to our readers the Bible truths on this point as we do on all other questions asked us. The first scripture, which we shall quote is this. "And also made a winepress therein." (Isa. i-2.) God says that he had a vineyard and planted it with the cry sickle, saying, Thrust In thy sharp sickle, and gather the clus ters of the vine of the earth; for her grapes are fully ripe." ''And the angel thrust in his sichle into the earth, andgather ed the vine of the earth, and cast with his own blood, suffered without the gate." "Let us go forth therefore un to him without the camp, bear ing his reproach." (Heb- 1213. But yet there in a considera tion for us in this question, and it int j the great winepress of the that is, was it the same character was not formed yet. As we said (Gen. above. Now we shall find where God formed the earth on the 3rd who are' our day and how he formed it, Pleasd apponants of the two man theory come let us reason together. Did God do what He said that He. did. in this scrmturer uoa "And the Lord God took the And the second day is already in 1 man, and put him into the garden choicest fruit, and he did not on the past. And the earth was ' of Eden to dress it and to keep it. y make a winepress in it, but created on the first day. And it And the Lord God commanded he built a tower also. And when the man. saying, Of every tree of he looked that this vineyard 4- Vi n rrn 4- V t-tt m-A it- Pma1w I 1 1 1 i i .i I I i wic sttiui-u lucu Uinjfs nfcij gnouiu onng iortn grapes, n i eat. But of the tree of the knowled ge of good and evil, ihou shalt not eat of it, for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt suiley die." (Gen. 215-16 17) read And God said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered togather unto one place said that He created the Heaven and let the dry land appear and and the earth, in the beginingand it was so we believe that He did. And also said that the earth was without Form. And we believe this is tiuthalso. The question is then. Dees our apponcnts believe this? If they do not believe what God has said, then we cau not expect them to believe what we say. And we must repeat right here that we believe that in the be ginning God created the heaven and the earth, and that the earth was without form, and void. God said that the ( ath was both void and without form after He had created it. For darkness cover- brought forth wild grapes. This vineyard did not bring forth what Vod looked that it should. But 'Ins is not our question now, the uestion is, what is the wine- wrath of God." 1 And the winepress was trod den without the city, and blood came out of 'the winepress, even unto the horse bridles, by the space of a thousand and six hun dred furlongs." (Rev. 14 1S-19-20.) The winepress of the Almigh ty is His judgment and wrath upon the people when He gave to Tut: Man Adam, to not eat of the forbidden fruit, God's judg ment rested on him, and then after he had eaten of the forbid den fruit His wrath came upon Adam and Eve. This man was to dress this And God called the dry land Earth: and the gathering togath er of the waters called he Seas: and God saw that it was good." (Gen. 1-9-10) Here is where and how God formed the earth: And God did this by gathering the waters to gather that was under the fir mament. And let the dry land appear, here we say is where God formed the earth; pryar.to this garden and keep it, he also was forbid one tree in this garden, the !Itree of the know'edge of goea and evil, Tne man was Cm bid to eat of this t ree. This could not of been the man spok en of in (Gen. 2 20 '17.) And our Readers will plainly com prehend, that these two cannot be the same, without making God out a talsc-fier. But in order to , , ' oeo&jp with hrm. Who couh :ers we &nau prove to mem mat ;.. f, lOIc.l press? The next we shall pre sent is this. "I have trodden the winepress alone- and of the people was none with me; for I that treadeth the wine fat. Piease read; "Wherefore art thou red in thine apparel, and thy garments like him that treadeth in the winefat?" ffsrr. 63-2 This character is red in his apparel, and his garments, just like him that treadeth the wine fat. The two cannot be the same, only alike each other- The one that tread the winepress a- lone. came from Edom. with dyed garments Bozrah. and this one's garments was red like the one who tread the winefat. So we must continue to say that the one who tread the wine- We see that this same fact is represented in Revelation where ; press was Christ, spoken of as the cluster of the earth. (The Beauty, and the other is Bands. iere ' people) And east them in'o the1 spoken of in this manner: wjl scales of divine justice, and when "And I will feed the flock of i J .1 .1 thn .1. 1-i. r UU tread them in mine anger, and ! weigaeu trau luuuu .unu B,auKnrer, ev you w vi trample them in my fury; and! wrath of God will rest upon, flock. And T took unto me two and their blood shall be sprin-'thrm. So God's judgment and, staves;' the one I called Beauty, kledupon my garments, and I, wrath; is the winepress. and the other I called Bands; will stsin all mv raiment. (Isa. j We now have before us the, and I fed the flock." (Zech. 11-7 winepress. Ana many woo is vve are comment mat ourreau to be cast info the winepress.! ers'will see the truth there is in But the question arises, who those 'scripture and the explana tion.) Hi is one who trod tha wine press alone, and there was no the earth were under, and mixed God said tbotthere was more than oil t.hvn the wnters But hv one m m in the garden for we find that God has spoken in th is manner. Please read. and what Well we is the wine must quote Son of man, say unto the prince of Tyrus Thus saith the Lord God Became thine heart gathering the water out from a monge the earth, this made it ed the deep, and the spirit of drv and loamed it into a body. God moved upon the face of the J And also made it vegatable, and tpnt.ers Now mv Dk.ak onpon-; oyagible. The l eader must see . I i : r . . . i i.l 1 1 T n.-irl 1 tJilfl irnv f.Vlo rHflovrm I torn IS JI11KU U ), an CI UlOU HaS OdlU, 1 is in Creation and Formation. jam a 0C1- 1 811 mine seatoi uou, The earth, created on the first ,ia the midst of tllc se!ls;; -Vet day, and formed on the third day j tbou art a man and not God' though thou set thine heart as ants, could the spirit move on the face of the waters unless the waters were there?: Please answer me this. It is true under the theory of the two man; we say the waters was there the reason why we say it, is because creation and format ion are not synonomous termes for we find that God said let there be light and there w-tis lieht. Now where is this light first found, Please read? "And God saw the light, that it was good; and God divided the lighl from toe darkness ' (Gen. 1-4.) We learn that the light was mixed up with the dailcness. And Gc d hnd to divide the light from the darkness. What did God to with the liuht and dark ness? Gcd formed them bo h into a body. Wbaj did He call them then? Pieas read. "And God oiled the light Day arid the darkness he called Night And the evening and the room ing were the first day." (Gen.l-M Dear apponants did Ged do this on the 1st, day. We believe that God did this just as He sraid that He did. And if so then we have proven by God's word and also his works, that Creation and Formation are not the same. For it is true that God created the darkness, and then the l'ght, and After this the earth brings forth the gras, the herb, and the evening and the morning is the third day, Droping on down new until we reach thesith day And we find in this sixth day. We find this language And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our like ness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over fowl of the air. and over the cat tle, and over a'l the rarth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth. So God created man in his own image, in the image of God creat ed he him: male and female, creat ed he them." (Gen, 1-26-27) Now the question arises how- did God create this man, male and female? Did God create him from the dust of the ground? We answer, please read the heart of God. Behold thou art wiser than Daniel ; there is no secret that they can hide from thee." (Eek. 28-2-3. Here is a man that was wiser than Doniel there could not be anv secret hid from him. This nnniil rnt He Ti iF! mam ,v n m that the juice may no n.on 9.7 ri. t.v,0 out of them. Naturally speamuK reader might think that there pre: v aga'uv '"le Lord hath trodden under foot all mv mighty men in the midst of me: he hath c'ed an assembly against me to crush my young men; the Lord hath tr d'den the virgin, the daughter of udah, as in a winepress." (Laai 1-15) Here the winepress is repre sented as crushing things to death. For God's word says the Lord has trodden under foot all my mighty men, to crush my young men, and has troddcu the virgin, the daughter of Judah as in a winepress. And the grapes is thrown into the winepress pressed ., , . 5 i 1 9 i was it, mar. feau u aiuutji Was'it Christ??And the answer will come from every pulpit, and all Bible readers; yes it was tion of thm. were still room to say that this wise man was not in the garden But we ask you to read again. "Thou has beea in Eden the garden of God; every precious stone was thy covering, the sar dius topaz, and the diamond, the beryl, the onyx, and the jasper. the sapphire, the emerald, and the carbuncle, and' gold: the workmanship of thy tabrets and of thy pipes was prepared in thee in the day that triou was a winepress is t press lite out, of the grape, or any things that a man may want to put in the HEAD THE 0 ' By the word of the Lord were 0Pented (Ezek. 28-13 ) the heavens made; and ah the host of them by the breath o! bis mouth. For he spake, and it was done; .1..J U ln,l fnol " lie commauueu cinu iubuu mav. (Psalms 33-0. 9.) This scripture proves thatuoa did not create this man from the dust of the around, for it was heavens host of BLAC KSMITHING DONE itwasall mixed up to gimer, ; by llis word tihlt tnG and then He divided it and called! Wt,r0 ma.e and all ll)C the light day and the darkness tht u Ood said by tbe night. Here any Ban breath of his mouth can see me a nwerc - Nqw we lm( before us God-s Creation ana rormauou. iu work abova spoken of was all done in God's first day of Creat ion. Work of Creation. That is He spoke this man male and female For God said "The evening ; into existance, who wa and is and the morning weie the first the projanitor of the Gentile race. day." We tt ust that our appon ants will not try t) say that all was immaginary with Gr.d, for it was real. We rass now to God's second days work, P! a read? if U o-e s TVT nre who TOVC- truth. Will undertake tosav that those facts I nnmJ n ra r.nt f I'll p. And iiU c: UCitUVU ni www v. - i-iptures are true facts Now this man was the wise man, who was a different man from the man Adam, for he did not know that he was naked, un til he eat of the forbidden fruit, and after he eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. A- dam did not know that he could reach forth his hand and par take of the tree of life and live forever or he most assuredly would have done so. Therefore these two characters could not have been the same character. For the reason of those plain fact we lake the stand that there wr.s two men one created on the six th day and the other one lormou after the sev- n h day. f fie ii TO KT WHAT IS ILNOWJN Att-tst b-5T Oxjre MERCHANT -patcj nSTD HE SOLID UV'J i-v, BOUGHT OF JtlXlvL. And as foreman of the Shop, you will find Mr. Wm. 13RINEGAR, one of the best of Blacksmiths, and he is ready to do all kinds of work, in wood or Iron. Bring yov.or k rig ht along.