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Genesis 1:1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

The very first verse in the very first chapter of the Bible is WRONG! This verse is wrong in its assertion that there is a God, and that the heavens and the earth were created at the same time. Aside from the fact that there isn't a God, we now know that the heavens came into being via the Big Bang approximately 14 billion years ago, and that the Earth came into being via entirely natural processes approximately 4.5 billion years ago. Why does the Bible not mention this 10-billion year or so gap? Because it is WRONG, that's why! The first verse of the supposed "word of God" is WRONG, so why should we believe the rest of it? Glory!

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Christians insist that everything started in the garden of Eden and that there aren't any other living creatures in the rest of the universe.

 

They also say that god is eternal--he's always existed. But everything else started with the big bang a few thousand years ago.

 

Even when I was a hard-core, bible thumper, fundamentalist christian, I was bothered by the fact that god existed for millions of years before the big bang. What did he do all that time? Was he bored? Did he just sit around doing nothing? :scratch:

 

 

Genesis 1:1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

The very first verse in the very first chapter of the Bible is WRONG! This verse is wrong in its assertion that there is a God, and that the heavens and the earth were created at the same time. Aside from the fact that there isn't a God, we now know that the heavens came into being via the Big Bang approximately 14 billion years ago, and that the Earth came into being via entirely natural processes approximately 4.5 billion years ago. Why does the Bible not mention this 10-billion year or so gap? Because it is WRONG, that's why! The first verse of the supposed "word of God" is WRONG, so why should we believe the rest of it? Glory!

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