Originally posted by munkey66
reply to post by ashanu90
If GOD was to tell man that it took 6 days, one GOD day could equate to 1 billion years therefore it took 6 billion years to get to where we are today
i don't think so
“... some may say even the idea of this planet passing from a ‘formless and waste’ condition to its present form with continents, forests,
plants, animals, and men, all in just six 24-hour days--this still is incredible! But where does the Genesis account say that the 6 days were
24-hours each? Though some religious groups teach this, the Genesis account does not say it. You yourself use the expression ‘day’ in a broad
sense of your ‘grandfather’s day.’ Likewise the Bible often used the word ‘day’ in a broad sense-Genesis 2:4. Keep in mind that the works
spoken of in the first chapter of Genesis are those of God, not of man... Are God’s ‘days’ of work controlled by the rotation of this globe?
Obviously not. Of God, the Bible says: ’One day is with Jehovah as a thousand years and a thousand years as one day’(2 Peter 3:8). And that even
to God a ‘day’ can have more than one meaning is seen when comparing this text with Psalm 90:4 which says: ‘A thousand years are in your eyes
but. . .as a watch during the night.’ So it is plain that the word ‘day’ can be used to refer to a 24-hour day, a person’s lifetime, 1,000
years or even longer” (Is the Bible Really the Word of God, p.18-19).
You free thinkers reading this are surely nodding your head knowing the fault in this circular reasoning. You Christians reading this are
probably still clinging to the mantra like a pedophile to a 6 year old boy. Well, no matter how hard you try to hold on Jesus pimps, I’m going to
blow a hole through your lie and spread it’s short comings to everyone I meet. We all know I find it my self appointed duty to expose the
Christian/Jewish scriptures. Which is precisely what I’ll do right now:
FACT: the world is at least 4.6 billion years old. The bible claims to be approximately 6,500. Christians try to argue this by saying the usage
of the word “day” in genesis is actually a term for thousands of years in time. This rationalization, they believe can help evolution be accepted
into the bible. In other words Christians are trying to say that the word “day” is not meant to be as a 24 hour period. This idea is COMPLETELY
FALSE AND NOT PLAUSIBLE. All it takes is a little research into the meaning of the Hebrew word for day and the usage of it in consistency. Of
course, it should be common knowledge that the first five books of the Old Testament were written in Hebrew. The Hebrew word for day used in the
genesis is account is “yom”, which is a definite 24-hour period. Christians attempt to say that because there was no sun until the fourth day,
that the word yom is null and void. This cant be, for the lord claimed there was light, a morning and an evening PRIOR to the sun being created,
hence the sun was not even needed. (Also note another contradiction here, that Christians/Jews refuse to notice. They’ll claim the word yom is void
because there is no sun, yet that would mean that there couldn’t have been light or a way to decipher between morning and evening. Obviously this is
a MAJOR scientific blunder on Jehovah’s behalf.) Now this fact alone pretty much blows the # out of the bible, but let’s pretend to accept the
word yom is really meant for eons of time, how then can we reconcile the following?:
1) If a day is an era, why are an evening and a morning even mentioned? Actual days must be intended, otherwise, men who lived hundreds of years,
e.g., Seth and Noah, would really have lived millions of years. If a day is an era, then a year must be tremendously long, perhaps encompassing
hundreds of millions of years;
2) If a day is an era, then much of the Old Testament becomes chaotic. For example, in each of the following verses the same Hebrew word “yom” is
employed: “And the flood was forty days upon the earth” (Genesis 7: 1 7), “And he [Moses] was there with the Lord forty days and forty nights”
(Exodus 34:28), and “Thus I fell down before the Lord forty days and forty nights...” (Deuteronomy 9:25). If “yom” means era instead of a
24-hour period, Moses was “there with the Lord” for a VERY long time.
3) If a day means more than 24-hour period, then how are we to interpret the following verses, as well as scores of others. “Six days shalt thou
labor, and do all thy work: But the seventh day is the Sabbath. . . . in it thou shalt not work... For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth…
and rested the seventh day” (Exodus 20:9-11).
4) Genesis 1:16 (“And God made two great lights: The greater light to rule the day and the lesser light to rule the night”) states the sun rules
the day and the moon rules the night. This obviously is referring to time as we know it, time with days that are 24 hours long with daylight ruling
half of each.
5) Adam was made on the sixth day (Genesis 1:26-31) which was supposedly thousand of years long. This was followed by the 7th day which was also
thousands of years long. Following the 7th day, Adam fell into sin and was expelled from the Garden. This would mean Adam lived thousands of years,
which is false, since he died at age 930 (Genesis 5:5).
6) Genesis 1:5 surely spoke of literal day and literal night, and the inference from the statement, “And the evening and the morning were the first
day,” is that it was a literal day of evening and morning, 24-hours. There is no Biblical evidence that the days of this chapter were longer
my source is evilbible.com