All I did was quote a scripture that says life began in the waters.
If you don’t care for the message, don’t attack the messenger.
The Bible itself tells us that over the days of creation, new forms of life appeared.
A fact that is almost totally ignored on any of these threads.
I was rather amused at the external, sudden nature of this event proposed by Prof. Bar-Nun, and found unintended parallels with Genesis 1:1. That is why I chose to spoof Bar-Nun's quasi-religious notion involving primordial soup and his proposed Great Comet.
Biblically speaking, from Genesis, the forms of life appeared in a particular order, with aquatic creatures and birds first among the moving creatures. It's a distinction that is garbled in the translation that you chose to cite, which mistakenly attributes motion to the waters. Before aquatic creatures and birds came grasses, seed-yielding herbs and fruit trees ... fixed, planted in place, not moving. These creatures appeared after their kind, which does not imply newness of the creature, as they were of a known type ... prototype, perhaps.
New to the earth, yes. But, not new to God.