This is a question not just for Christians but for everyone who believes in the Theory of Creation. The calculation I have given in my hub was a result of a striking thought while I was reading the Bible. It suggests that the age of earth can not be more than 5k to 6k years. How does this makes sense when it is proved that the age of earth could be more than millions of years?
It does not make sense because religion doesn't make any sense.
by augustine724 years ago
It is quite obvious that Catholics do not follow many things in the Bible. They look at the Church as the one that sets all standards. Why is it so?
by pisean2823116 years ago
do you really believe that world is 6k years old only or consider it as different scale?
by Sheila Craan2 years ago
Does the theory of evolution make sense to you?
by Castlepaloma5 years ago
Or Crouching Dragon and Hidden Dinosaur: In the Bible the word Tanniyn occurs 28 times in the Bible and is normally translated “dragon.” It is also translated “serpent,” “sea monster,” “great...
by Alan2 years ago
I get the impression that people who claim to be christian are primarily concerned with God of Judgment, hence the belief in the forgiving nature of Jesus Christ. Fear of that Judgment drives most of christian...
by Alexander A. Villarasa2 years ago
According to the Poisson process( a standard mathematical model for counts which presumes a certain fixed rate at which observations/processes appear on average and otherwise they are random) with a long-run fixed...
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