- Mar 4, 2010
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Human death and the death of irrational animals are two different matters entirely. Animals are not capable of the likeness of God, so I have a hard time seeing how animals could have been immortal in Paradise.jckstraw72 said:well we know that God also considers death to be non-good. the Wisdom of Solomon tells us that God does not desire the death of any living thing, and St. Paul tells us that creation is awaiting its redemption.Jetavan said:Then again, Jesus stated that no one is "good" but God, so maybe the "good" in Genesis has different meanings. Perhaps, in Genesis, when God says that creation is "good" He is not thereby denying that there might also be a bit of a what humans might consider "non-good" present as well.jckstraw72 said:but even after the existence of man God declares all that He sees to be good....