In the comments on part 1 several people expressed the hope/fear that I would open the question of children as audience for Genesis. I didn’t but now some years later redoing that post with visuals reminded me how good it would be to ask that question.
Recognising that, though not the primary audience for Genesis, children are envisaged as an audience for Genesis has profound implications for how we read Genesis. I begin to sketch them here. Only begin because already the ‘cast is nearer six minutes than five 🙁 1 I must be getting old, and will clearly need to watch the timing more closely in future.
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|1.||↑||I must be getting old, and will clearly need to watch the timing more closely in future.|