Justus

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About Justus

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    Canst say for sure, dam things keeps moving, but at least it keeps coming back to the same spot or I would be totally lost.
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    Phasmalogy TM
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    How much does a scientist make per theory? Here's one on the scientific mystery regarding which came first, the chicken or the egg? My theory is the Cock, a doddle dew.... so to speak. TM

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  1. Justus

    Greetings!

    I was just pointing out that the assertion that the passage regarding the two great lights is referring unto the sun and moon is wrong, since it refers to two lights, not two terrestrial bodies we call the sun and the moon. While that fact would be obvious if one was familiar with the EMS would understand the difference between infrared light, visible light and darkness. [Psss. EMS (Electromagnetic Spectrum)]. However, there is a reason I don't just lay it out.
  2. Justus

    Greetings!

    I have no ideal how you came to your conclusions regarding the scriptures of Genesis 1, but there is a reason it is written that no prophesy of scripture is of any private interpretation. So the best advice I have is that you find another teacher cause the one that taught you that God created light obviously didn't have a clue. However, by chance were you taught that the darkness of space is caused by the absence of light, or better yet dark matter?
  3. Justus

    Questions for believers

    The funny part of your comment isn't so much what you wrote, nor is it funny that you obviously thought you had faith when you believed that God put a rainbow in the sky as a sign to men regarding a flood. No, the funny part is that you bought the doctrine of scientism and the belief that a rainbow is result by light refraction.
  4. Justus

    Greetings!

    I would ask how stars were formed in the vacuum of space, seeing that a vacuum is void of matter. But the redneck professor already answered that question. While the song 'We Are Stardust" is a catchy tune, yet what's the difference between being formed from the dust of the ground and being formed by star dust? So how many hydrogen atoms were destroyed in the making of an oxygen atom? 🌟 Nucleosynthesis is the process that creates new atomic nuclei from pre-existing nucleons, primarily protons and neutrons. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nucleosynthesis Well, if you believe the stars were created on the 4th day then I am sure it would be a waste of my time to explain something to someone who doesn't even believe what they claim they believe.
  5. Justus

    God doesn’t get credit for morals

    I never thought for a second that the guy believed in God. But you think I am a Christian so therefore I must be one. Geez you guys can't grasp a sarcastic comment? Of course he doesn't believe God put a rainbow in the sky as a sign but the point wasn't that; rather that is what he believed the Bible represented when he was a Christian. While the multi-color band of lights which appear in the sky when visible white light is refracted by the presence of water droplets in the atmosphere, the curvature of the multi-colored band is not the result of light refraction but rather from the bow in the cloud. (FYI-the term cloud has different meanings that what we consider a cloud to be today.) Yes.
  6. Justus

    God doesn’t get credit for morals

    So when you were a Christian did you believe that the rainbow was given as a sign to man that the waters should never cause a global flood? The question isn't whether you still believe it is true or not, but rather the fact that you believe it says it was a rainbow.
  7. Justus

    God doesn’t get credit for morals

    Do you believe in a God? Do you believe that there was a global flood of waters around 3,500 years ago? Do you believe the Bible? If your answer is no then how did I come to the wrong conclusion regarding your comment? Maybe my comment went over your head since I wasn't referring unto the 'eternal, unerring word' in your comment but rather the following: But speaking of sarcasm, maybe an emoji is needed 🌈
  8. Justus

    Greetings!

    And what makes the rotation of the earth distinguishable? The two great lights? Let's see, is it 24 hours from the evening and the morning? And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day. Genesis 1:5 The point that there were two great lights set in the firmament of heaven is taught in John 11:9-10 wherein it is written "Are there not twelve hours in the day? . But of course you know that it doesn't take 24 hours for the earth to make one complete rotation right? Thus, If any man walk in the day, he stumbleth not, because he seeth the light of this world. But if a man walk in the night, he stumbleth, because there is no light in him." Hence the reason the OP contains the comment that "he stumbled upon this site." However, time is no longer measured by the rotation of the earth but rather by the oscillations of the caesium atom. And they also believe that the sun and moon were created on the fourth day too
  9. Justus

    God doesn’t get credit for morals

    Ok, and I still reach they same conclusion from your comment. While you don't believe in what is written in the scriptures holds any truth, your interpretation of what is written is that it represents that a God who you don't believe exists, caused a global flood, which you don't believe ever occured. which is said to have killed all flesh on earth, save the eight souls upon the ark, which you believe never happened. This being based upon your comment in which you stated ".... a being who, according to his "eternal, unerring word",  murdered millions of people." So my response is that you probably believe that the scriptures also represent that the "being' ,who you don't believe exists, also claimed that the rainbow was given as a sign given to men that another global flood would not occur, which you also don't believe because science tells you the rainbow is caused by light refraction and isn't not the result of some spaghetti monster in the sky.
  10. Justus

    Greetings!

    The reason they aren't responding to the 'stumbled' reference is probably because scientism defines a day as being 24 hours.🔅
  11. Justus

    God doesn’t get credit for morals

    LOL, and you probably believe that God put a a rainbow in the sky as a sign that the waters of the earth shall never again become a flood to destroy all the living substance upon the earth.
  12. If true then wouldn't one have to call them miraculous? What about the gopher hole, ever gone down the gopher hole? No, it is not the hole left in the ground from the roots of a gopher tree, but that was a good guess. You do know what gopher tree is known for don't you?
  13. Justus

    Greetings!

    That is like saying that was no literal birth of Jesus, since he is believed to be eternal. However, If there is no literal beginning of the universe then that would mean the universe and all things within, whether living or non-living would have literally always existed. Since that which has always existed would not change in nature or form, then it could only be reasonably expected that it would exist forever without end. Unfortunately, the universe itself reflects it's own finite nature from that which is known and observed within its own physical existence. And in such, the mortal nature of all living things which are known and observed within this physical world clearly demonstrates that any living thing which has a beginning of its existence will have an end of its existence as a living thing. But then again it is written that the birth of Jesus was on this wise: 😉 At times? Science would not theorize about the beginning of the universe unless sufficient reason existed to pursue that line of inquiry. However the reason those theories are not fixed and are altered considerably is due to the actual beginning of the physical world would contradict the Church doctrine of the eternal universe. Source: https://medium.com/the-physics-arxiv-blog/a-mathematical-proof-that-the-universe-could-have-formed-spontaneously-from-nothing-ed7ed0f304a3
  14. Justus

    Greetings!

    Not sure what you mean that Genesis doesn't start off literal... Especially considering that "the beginning" is about as literal as one can describe the point that something which did not exist comes into existence. However, the doctrine of scientism might sound better in claiming that the age of the known and observed universe is literally 13.8 billions year old, yet that in itself doesn't contradict the scriptural representation that the universe had a beginning but it does beg the question as to whether ....
  15. Justus

    Argument against evolution

    Do you mean like when the sun stood still in the midst of heaven and hasten not to got down for a whole day? So where do you think the sun is located within the universe? If in the midst, or middle of the expanse which some called heaven and others call space, if it stood still then it wouldn't be walking, so why would anyone think it moves from its place? But then again if the two great lights, Day and Night were set in the firmament that covers the earth , then if anyone would think the sun and the moon were in our atmosphere then maybe the crazy fecal matter isn't in the Bible but inside those who are already full of it.? But of course, it must be what a person reads that fills them full of the fecal matter, so be careful what you read since it might be some crazy shit 🤮