The former, triumphant nowadays, holds that the world began at a single moment with a cataclysmic blast of matter and space; the latter, now largely abandoned, holds that the world had no beginning in time, that it always has and always will exist.
· Matthew: “from the beginning of the world” (Matt. ) According to the parallel, “the creation” must have the same meaning as “the world”. In other contexts, the term “world” (kosmos, κόσμος) can refer to mankind (e.g., Rom ), but there is no justification for that rendering here. Given the parallel, the contextual meaning of these terms must be found in their semantic overlap, and Author: Keaton Halley.
· The first molecules of life might have met on clay, according to an idea elaborated by organic chemist Alexander Graham Cairns-Smith at the University of .
The shapes in "Beginning of the World" are full of possible associations. For instance, the simple egg-shaped form might call to mind the purity of a precious newborn resting on a birthing dish. Toggle navigation Search search. Press ESC to exit window. Next. file_download Download share Share print Print zoom_out_map Enlarge.
From Kröller-Müller Museum, Constantin Brâncuși, The beginning of the world (), Bronze, × × cm.
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