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you want another one you all nitpick. the plants were made before the sun. what the heII? if god made the plants on the third evening and the sun the fourth day how is that any different than the sun setting and the plants being in the dark over night? will plants die if they donít have sun light even for 48 hours? no they wonít! which means god could have made plants and waited a few days to make the sun. nitpicking bs is all you do.
when you are this way you are no different than creationists bringing up piltdown man, nebraska man, etc etc.
nitpicking like this shows weakness, not strength from and in both sides. have a good one jack wagon.
NOW how about THAT pertaining the previous points we discussed?
So god made the plants just one day before he made the sun?
So the sun is younger than the plants?
Let's check the science: the first algal scum formed on the land 1,200 million years ago, the first more complex photosynthetic plants developed on the earth over 1,000 m.y.a. The sun emerged 4,600 million years ago.
TOTALLY WRONG. As RIDICULOUS as it can be.
BESIDES, what is it:
1) a day in Genesis is just a day, OR, as many creationists assume in their pathetic attempts to reconcile the bronze age crap book with modern science:
2) a very long period, hence "day" to be considered form god's perspective, which were to be eternal.
Do us a favour, instead of your weekly dancing and worshipping exhibition, for a change start a serious debate with your fellow bronze age mythology dwellers about the EXACT meaning of the biblical use of the word "day". When you reached a verdict, let us know. That will save us form your tattles until, I estimate, the ends of times.
BTW, do not start a religious war in between. Leave us OUT of your caboodle.
Do you think I have any respect for a book from which it even isn't clear whether a day should be considered to be just 24 hours, like all normal people do, or up to millions of years?