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Today's Creation Moment

Apr
19
The Days in Genesis
Genesis 1:5
“And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.”
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Per the big bang theories, as they now stand, in the first seocnd or so after the BB, there was an inflationary epoch during which the universe expanded faster than the speed of light. Two things of note here: first, it was the universe itself that expanded that fast, not the mass/energy contents within the universe; seocnd, inertial mass, which is limited by the speed of light, did not evolve until some time after the inflationary epoch was over several seocnds later. [See source.]PS: According to the Torah and Old Testament (Genesis), creation took six days, not one day. Although the periods (days) are inconsistent with the BB theory (billions of years), the sequence of events in Genesis is not inconsistent with the BB theory. That is to say, creation of the universe came first in both and creation of mankind came last in both, for example. The sequences of major events in between is consistent as well.

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