the interpretation about this that i am familiar is that the first part refers to the Father and the Second to the Son, because the first create by the Word, and the second, the Word (Son) is creating.
Hello Glory be to God;
God bless you and thank you for joining. Can I ask, when you mentioned the first part, were you referring to Genesis 1:26-27? In this passage God includes us and our, meaning the Trinity.
When you mentioned the second part, were you referring to Genesis 2:7 when man was formed from the ground?
Or, are you referring to the first and second part in Genesis 1:26-27?
I'm only asking clarification so I understand your post.
Thank you, Glory be to God.