God created (1:1); God said (1:2); God saw (1:4); God separated (1:4); God called (1:5); God said (1:6); God made (1:7); God called (1:8); God said (1:9); God called (1:10); God saw (1:10); God said (1:11); God saw (1:12); God said (1:14); God made (1:16); God placed (1:17); God saw (1:18); God said (1:20); God created (1:21); God saw (1:21); God blessed (1:22); God said (1:24); God made (1:25); God saw (1:25); God said (1:26); God created (1:27); God blessed (1:28); God said (1:28); God said (1:29); God saw (1:31).
Call me simplistic, but that doesn’t sound like theistic evolution, day-age theory, or any other man-made explain-away explanation. Sounds like God being God.
So what is “God being God?” Personally involved in His creation, carefully organizing with purpose in mind, working until He is finished; that’s what I mean by “God being God.”
Today we are the new creation (2 Corinthians 5:17). God recreates us, speaking our forgiveness into existence through the cross of Christ, seeing in us His new creation, calling to us to be light separate from darkness, remaking us in His image, placing us within His plan; and blessing us beyond explanation. This is a daily, work-in-progress, not a start, stop, wait, approach.
2 Corinthians 4:16 (HCSB) 16) Therefore we do not give up. Even though our outer person is being destroyed, our inner person is being renewed day by day.
2 Corinthians 5:17 (HCSB) Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away, and look, new things have come.
That is God being God.