Our friend, the Internet Skeptic, wrote:
God makes it quite clear that keeping Shabbat is to remember his 6 distinct days of creation and his cessation of creation on the seventh.
There never was a cessation of "creation." Evolution never ceasedHere's what (else) he gets wrong: The Torah doesn't say evolution stopped on Day 7 It says that Day 7 is when evolution started. God finished creating and from that moment on evolution took over. Or put it another way: No doubt its true that evolution didn't stop on Day 7. But it is by no means clear that the Torah is claiming it did.
Do *I* think Genesis is describing evolution? No idea. Genesis 1 and 2 may or not be not from the desk of God. Or people corrupted what they received through revelation. Or its the uncorrupted transcript of what God actually said, in which case its meaning is a mystery I am (probably) not capable of solving, thought (probably) I should just do my best to work it out (like every other Jew in history did his or her best.)
Also, thee 10 C might be from God only Mr. Exodus explained #4 according to one perspective while Mr. Deuteronomy explained it differently. (The original commandment might have been something unglossed like "Keep Shabbos holy" or something like that.)
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