God Created the World (no big bang)
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18-09-2012, 08:31 AM
RE: God Created the World (no big bang)
(15-09-2012 06:16 PM)Ambassador of Christ Wrote:  God created everything.. heaven, earth, plants life, human life, etc.

These things did not just happen... God made it happen.

Genesis 1:1

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.

Amen Bowing
I am willing to bet my entire fortune you did not even bow or scream amen when hitting "post." Regardless however....

Get a mirror and flashlight, and hold that flashlight still as it can symbolize and characterize the sun, the mirror will pose as the moon. With our own earth's gravitational field, orbit of the moon is inevitable obviously, so keep that flashlight still and move the mirror into different angles as you flash the light onto it, You will see the central beam of light that hits against the mirror change positions as the mirror "orbits" the flashlight, and if you pay attention to the walls around you, the light and shadow that projects alters as well. This experiment alone explains the relationship between the sun and the purloined light of the moon, and also disproves that the moon is its own light source, which the biblical legend claims.

Of course I take grand notice to the only "verse" (the word verse alone makes it all sound pretentious.) that you stand by, not even taking an eye to the process of waters and land and humans, but of course I would. And I dare you to create an offspring with a handful of dirt and not a single fossil or muscle tissue and see it stand. But allow us to look at the history of discovered remains. We, as human beings, were conceived through "god's idea" 6500 years ago, according to biblical mythology, starting with Adam and then Eve. But the account of the oldest discovered human fossil is approximately 1,300,000 years old. That would have given merit that humans lived on earth before God conceived either humans or the earth and depending on how much evidence you consider to be probable, and how you define us as a species, you could place humans at between 1.8 million and 130,000 years old, but regardless, no one could sensibly claim that humans are less than 130,000 years old. There is simply too much evidence available for our inspection.

An anonymous writer once wrote of creation as quote, "Let’s take the Christian God’s greatest act, creating the world and all who live on it (indirectly). The start of all this, on God’s own words: 'For in six days the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the sea and all that is in them, and rested on the seventh day'. Using genealogy, we can roughly estimate the age of the earth, as stated by the Bible, to be 6500 years. The very top estimate would be close to 10,000 years, but that’s a stretch. Science has proven that the earth is closer to 4.5 billion years old. Radiometric dating has shown us this, and has remained consistent with lunar and terrestrial samples. In other words, we haven’t just tested this once in one situation, it’s been extensively tested."

Something can however be said between both sides on the birth of everything, that it is essential that everyone is curious enough to to be given the proposal of what gave it purpose and existence. The fact that you abuse genesis enough to promote it as fact when the only quote out of it you're most outspoken of is reflective to when a parent abuses a child's own imagination and behavior with Santa Claus is an absurd circumstance. I can only suppose that if the creation of your own deity's human form is only important enough when pretending to be eating their flesh and pretending to be drinking their blood once a month, not much can be funded for creationism in the first place.

Leviticus does not justify stupidity, but it is more than enough to define corruption of the human mind.

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RE: God Created the World (no big bang) - Matthew Laramore - 18-09-2012 08:31 AM
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