@”Kapitán Denis” obviously ancient Jews who believed that God was all powerful knew he didn’t need physical rest. Anyone who interprets Genesis that way must have graduated from the pee wee Herman school of higher education. The Christian belief is that the day of rest is a representation of humanity and creation entering into a certain stage basically God letting the reigns loose on his creation, think about evolution where the system has been set in place and let to now continue it’s process. Early Christians wrote when Jesus died and was resurrected on Sunday that he went into this “rest” and came back from it and that creation had now entered into a new stage, it’s why they often referred to Sunday as the eighth day instead of the first. I see it as the first stage being more physical, about physical development and now the second stage about spiritual.