No, God doesn't have days. He exists in all times simultaneously. As quoted from scripture; "A thousand years in your sight are like a day that has just gone by, or like a watch in the night."What were the six days of creation? Were they Earth days? Were they god's days? Does god even have days? What does he base his days on?
It's comparing a "day" to God as having no meaning of time. Comparing 1,000 years to a 3-hour night watch.
I think we see time very much differently than God.
He didn't literally rest - he doesn't need to. He did that as an example for us, to keep one day for rest, the Sabbath Day.When god said that he rested for a day, how long did he really rest?
No, Eve ate the fruit because she was tempted by Satan, and she's an imperfect human.Is that why Eve ate the forbidden fruit, cause god was resting for millions of Earth years?
It wasn't a day. Genesis 1:11, 1:12 clearly dispute that. Plants can't grow from seedling to mature plant and produce more seeds that grow into more mature plants in a 24 hour period.When god called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night, how long was that day?
Same thing with Genesis 2:21-22, when God created Eden.
Are you confused?Your god must flip back and forth between an Earth day and a god day quite often. Didn't he realize how bad that would confuse people?