Re: God Vs Science

Posted by peep on Mar 14, 2004 at 02:00

Re: God Vs Science (Uncle Al)

Science says, "In the beginning, the heavens and earth (meaning the Universe) came to be." Please note that "in the beginning" refers to the start of Time as we know it, and that such began concurrently with the beginning of physical Universe, making Time an integral component of space itself, hence the descriptor "space-time continuum".

Science says, too, that the Universe, sometime shortly after it came into existence, experienced a great expansion or "inflation", with much more breadth and/or depth being added to it. Also, the whole of it was initially opaque (i.e., "darkness was on the face of the deep.").

Ah, but if this indeed be what Science says, then how and why is ALL of this (quite voluminous, really) 19th, 20th, and 21st century information readily found in just the first two verses of the first chapter of the Book of Genesis, which is said to have been penned over 2000 thousand years ago?

Hmm, with point sufficiently made (albeit vaguely perhaps), should it next be said, "Let there be light"?

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