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Today's Creation Moment

Jul
30
God Helps Design a Better Submarine
Psalm 69:34
"Let the heaven and earth praise Him, the seas, and everything that moveth therein."
Engineers who design vehicles to move through fluids face a quandary. A torpedo-shaped vehicle can move quickly and efficiently through a fluid like water, but it is difficult to maneuver precisely...
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Time is relative, and exists, according to one's location in space. Time always exists somewhere for something, if that something is physically positioned relative to something else. The problem that we all have is that we have no idea when or where the earth was actually created. We know that the Bible says that the earth was created in six days, but we have no idea what those days were relative to. Were they relative to our sun, as we know days now? The Bible does not actually say. It says the Lord created the earth and then He introduced light after that. Was that sunlight from our sun? Probably not, because he didn't create the greater and lesser lights until the fourth day. Thus, we have no idea what timeframe things were created in as we have no idea what things were relative to what during the creation. We only know that things were created in periods of time that the Lord called days. That's not to say the evolutionists are right with their ridiculous millions of billions of years postulations, but at the same time making the statement that it is ignorant to claim that time has always existed can't be right either. Time always exists when two things exist. It can't be helped. All things that exist are relative to God, so He dwells in eternity, and always has. Since He has always existed, any time there is something else moving out there in the known or unknown universe, then that thing is relative to Him, and time exists to some extent.

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