The Order of Creation

The Order of Creation

As you know, you have Christians who believe that the earth was created along the lines of the ‘Big Bang’ theory. They say they don’t believe in evolution but the interpret Scripture in such a way that it goes along with the atheist ‘Big Bang,’ in that it took God billions of years to have what we have today. These Christians believe that the earth started out as one of trillions of planets that explode it. Now, these people also say they believe in the Bible, but if they bother to read Genesis they will see that the earth was created BEFORE the sun and moon. Well, in a flat earth model, this is logical.

The Genesis creation story provides the first key to the Hebrew cosmology. The order of creation makes no sense from a conventional perspective but is perfectly logical from a flat-earth viewpoint. The earth was created on the first day, and it was “without form and void (Genesis 1:2).” On the second day, a vault the “firmament” of the King James version was created to divide the waters, some being above and some below the vault. Only on the fourth day were the sun, moon, and stars created, and they were placed “in” (not “above”) the vault.

So, when you have these preachers – some of whom are false prophets that Christ spoke about – attacking flat earth believers, they don’t know what they are talking about.

If the Universe was created as non-believers tell us, God would have said said so, and He would have told us the order of Creation as evolutionists tell us. But what God told us was that the earth was created before the sun and moon, and that He would also have told us that there are other planets suns out there.

You can’t claim you know Scripture if you don’t believe in a literal 6 Day Creation (the 7th Day God rested).

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First and foremost I'm a Christian and believe that the Bible is the inspired word of Yahweh God. Introducing people to the Bible through the flat earth facts.
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