Saturday, June 24, Genealogies and the Creation of Heaven and Earth I'd like to continue with the topic of my previous post in which I used various passages in the Bible to show that the six days of creation in Genesis are not necessarily 24 hours each, but are periods of an undetermined amount of time. In that blog entry, I wrote that there are three propositions that are used by those who say the Bible teaches the universe is only a few thousand years old. Those propositions were 1 the genealogies in the Bible are basically complete, 2 the six days of creation in Genesis are consecutive 24 hour days, and 3 no time passes between the creation of the earth and the universe as described in Genesis 1: Since I already discussed proposition 2I'd like to continue on with propositions 1 and 3 and show that the genealogies in the Bible definitely have gaps in them, and that the language clearly indicates that Genesis 1:
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Arthur Leonard Schawlow left and likely future Nobel laureate Dr. I start with Dr. In addition to that high honor, Dr. Schawlow Prize in Laser Science.
As part of a project developed by Dr. I strongly agree with Dr. In addition, I share with the students how the Christian faith of some of the scientists whose work they are studying influenced the way those scientists interpreted their experiments.
When the students learn about heat, for example, they learn about James Joule, who argued against the scientific consensus of his day when it came to the nature of heat. At that time, most natural philosophers thought that heat was a self-repelling fluid.
If heat were a fluid, energy would have to be destroyed to make that fluid. He said that man could not possibly destroy the powers that God gave matter, so heat must just be another form of energy.
Of course, he was correct. While he has not yet won the Nobel Prize, I suspect it is only a matter of time. He is the director of the Center for Computational Chemistry at the University of Georgia and is one of the most highly-cited scientists in the world. Schaefer, Science and Christianity: Help us share this content with your friends by using the links below:Various aspects of the relationship between religion and science have been cited by modern historians of science and religion, philosophers, theologians, scientists, and others from various geographical regions and cultures.
Even though the ancient and medieval worlds did not have conceptions resembling the modern understandings of. May 15, · So the creation of Earth and life is as God reported it. If a few things in Genesis are out of order, maybe science will later discover that Genesis was right. Seen in this way, the first three days remedy the situation of formlessness described in Genesis The days deal with the state of ‘void’ or ‘emptiness’ of verse 2.
There also seems to be a correlation between days 1 and 4, 2 and 5, 3 and 6. Genesis and Science: A Comparison. Genesis: (First day)-- 15 billion to billion years ago "In the beginning God created Heaven and Earth." Science: At some point in the history of time between, 9 and 15 billion years ago, the origins of the universe began.
Covenant Creation views the original "heavens and earth" which God made "in the beginning" (Gen.
) as directly related to God's creation of the "new heaven and new earth" (Rev. ). Earth as Flat at poles the correlation between science and the creation of heavens and the earth.
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