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Today's Creation Moment

Bacteria the Size of a Whale?
Genesis 1:20
"And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven."
The abundance and variety of living things that God made continues to amaze scientists. All of us learned in school that bacteria are too small to see without a microscope. That's why, when...

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"They tell you that the light from that twinkling star took 100 billion years to reach us."

Whoever "they" are, they are not competent astronomers. Such a star may exist, but it is not visible to even the best telescope. Its distance from Earth is almost 8 times the age of the Universe thus far (all the way from the Bang), and that would make it invisible. Even if the light traveled through a passing wormhole, the star would only be visible for a few seconds, and it would be hard to distinguish from a fluke in the equipment used to observe it.

This error aside, it is outside the behavior of a loving God to lie to us systematically in the natural record. Like all Young Earth ramblings, this article conveniently ignores this latter point.


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