reply to post by stereologist
The bible myth has nothing to do with the big bang. The writer borrowed this tale. The Hopi creation myth is not about the big bang. The Mayan
creation myth is not about the big bang. None of the creation myths are about the big bang. Your claim is as absurd as any I have heard from a bible
It's interesting to note that the Bible actually agrees with the Big Bang Theory - a beginning - and yet you call it a myth. Can't handle the
I thought you had read the bible?
Yes I did, cover to cover twice already and going on my third and the myth that you've mentioned is not just there. So I asked you, what "2
contradictory creation myths" are you talking about? Please elaborate.
There is no force holding the Earth in space. Ancient people knew that a dropped rock falls to Earth. You apparently have no idea what idea discovered
that is descried witht he apocryphal story of the falling apple.
The term gravity is not important. That is an English word. The ancients knew about gravity.
SO what's your definition of the invisible force that is - to very technical - keeping the earth in its place in space at its axis as it orbits
around the sun in the solar system in the Milky way galaxy?
What is this unseen force if you don't want to use the scientific term gravity?
Lastly, let me restate:
Are you saying that the bible claims that "God supports the Earth rather than the Earth sitting on something such as the back of a turtle or
Here's Job 26:7 again, in poetic way the Bible writer says:
“He is stretching out the north over the empty place, Hanging the earth upon nothing;” (Job 26:7)
I know you don't believe the later because it's not true so you must be saying that "God supports the Earth", correct?