So, this post of mine may come off a little harsh, so in advance, My bad.
What sort of an idiot, or in this case, collective of idiots delve into a topic spewing ignorance and mis-information, with little regard to the facts
offered within the Genesis Account.
Well, sorry you enlightened water boilers, but in this case, you are about to find you have been schooled, so to speak.
I will also, out of the goodness of everything that is part of debate, grant you that Christian's, in general, havn't a clue of what the Genesis
Account offers, and due to this, they may well confirm some of your ill concieved notions, but I can assure you, these notions, will be presented
according to what the Genesis Account indicates, and not what Pop Culture, and an Illiterate Church Structure wish you to believe.
Mr JaxonRoberts. Lets start with you.
And I quote, "By Biblical standards, the Earth (and the whole Universe itself) are only 6,000 years old (give or take a century or
Where does this come from? What fabricated figment of your immagination arrived with such an assinine thought process to conclude the Bible states
anything such as this?
Your date of 6000 Years, could be applied to Adam, but Adam, was created after the 7th day, when GOD saw there was none to till the earth, and with
some effort, one can date back, through Biblical records and alternative sources to set the date of Adam to about 6000 Years ago.
But NO WHERE, does anything ever suggest on the 8th day, or the time of Adam, that the Universe was also created. That's just FN nutty Buddy.
And you noted, and I quote, "Meanwhile, the physical evidence says quite a different story. It points to a Universe that is over 13 BILLION
years old, and Earth that is over 4 BILLION years old, and that mankind is over 100,000 years old... Quite a difference!
Meanwhile, the Bible also expresses quite clearly,
Genesis 1:1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
Again, NO WHERE does this suggest, the Universe is 6000 Years Old. Nor does it indicate any of the "knowns" your skewed view offered, may be
unrealistic. Science does infact prove the earth is about 4.5 Billion Years old. As for the Universe, how old? It really doesn't matter. Everything
was Created in the Beginning. Was that 10 Billion years ago? It could well be.
And you noted, "then God is deceiving us... lying to us... leading us away from the Truth... Hmm."
Your funny man. What sort of illicit medical products are you utilizing? GOD's letter to you, was for us to learn from. Since I can safely suggest,
you have no comprehension of the Original Languages, due to the brilliant remarks you have made so far, I would suggest an Indepth Study should be
First, Here's a Bible for You. The Original King James 1611 no less.
Second, Here's Strongs Exhaustive Concordance, so when you have a word you need to know more about, you can actually translate it back to the
Original Text, and see what that word truly implied.
Third, Here's one of the briefest and precise studies of the Genesis Account
that I have ever seen online. It is BIBLICAL in it's explainations and offering, or I wouldn't offer you it.
And we find this one little section that would generally apply to your opening "remarks", which are anything but "remark"-able
The first and second verses of Genesis, correctly interpreted from the Hebrew, answers a few questions but also raises others. KJV states: In
the beginning God created the heaven and the earth, and the earth was without form and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the
spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. A more literal translation would be: In the beginning of God's creations of the heavens and the
earth, and the earth became a waste and desolation ... In the KJV the sense of immediate occurrence between the creation and the being without form
and void seems strong. But in actuality there could have been eons of time between Gen. 1: I and 1:2. Easily enough time for the prehistoric time of
the earth. God never creates imperfection, only through sin and disobedience to God, comes a falling away from God and his blessings.
It goes on and expresses quite abit about FACTS within the BIBLE, apposed to the Comedic Releif you have presented.
Some of those facts?
In Jeremiah 4:23 he had a vision in the past tense and he said. "I beheld the earth and it became waste and desolatesame words as in
Genesis) and the heavens and they had no light. I beheld the mountains and lo, they trembled, and all the hills moved lightly. I beheld and lo there
was no man (literally Adam), and all the birds of heaven were fled. I beheld and lo, the fruitful place was a wilderness, and all the "cities"
thereof were broken down at the presence of the Lord and by his fierce anger. Here Jeremiah sees a past tense earth becoming waste and desolate, the
same as Genesis, darkness over everything, same as Genesis. There was no Adam, same as Genesis, Adam wasn't created yet. All the cities were broken
down at the presence of the Lord. The term "cities" means: Meeting places of intelligent beings. Satan is intelligent and would have dwelling
places, and God was very angry with him.
So we can see by accurately dividing Gods word that Gen. 1: I and 1:2 were the original creation with Satan's rebellion and fall becoming a waste and
desolation. Then God re-created everything. The millions of years that this earth seemingly existed can fit easily in this part of Genesis.
And here is yet ANOTHER TRUTH, and FACT you have mistakenly overlooked, in your attempt to provoke an arguement.
Despite what the "Collective Church" wishes to express, or dictate, as one observant contributor noted, the Genesis Account is not a "CREATION
We have addressed already, the only things "CREATED" within Genesis. "In the Begining", and "the Man to Till the Earth", Adam, (Eve excluded,
since she is of Adam). The balance of the Text is revolving around the RECREATION STORY, from Day one to Day 7.
And to address a "Day", which was from the Hebrew word Yowm
3117 yowm yome from an unused root meaning to be hot; a day (as the warm hours), whether literal (from sunrise to sunset, or from one sunset to
the next), or figurative (a space of time defined by an associated term), (often used adverb):--age, + always, + chronicals, continually(-ance),
daily, ((birth-), each, to) day, (now a, two) days (agone), + elder, X end, + evening, + (for) ever(-lasting, -more), X full, life, as (so) long as
(... live), (even) now, + old, + outlived, + perpetually, presently, + remaineth, X required, season, X since, space, then, (process of) time, + as at
other times, + in trouble, weather, (as) when, (a, the, within a) while (that), X whole (+ age), (full) year(-ly), + younger.
As is clear, a DAY has many implications, and as expressed is often used as an adverb, to note an Age, like the Day of the Dinosaurs, or Age/Era of
the Dinosaurs. Nothing is noted to suggest it was a 24 hour period of time that transpired between each day.
Anyways, I look forward to your forcoming pronoucements and relish the opportunity to assist in your re-education, along with any others who would
wish to debate BIBLICAL FACTS apposed to the Doctrines, Dogmas, and Theologies of MAN or the ignorance Pop Culture. I know this will not seem fair for
some, but you shouldn't be bringing out Knifes at a Gun Fight.