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The theory of the Big Bang that I have known all about, most my life states that: In the Beginning there was a little dot that nobody knows how it got there but it had all the matter of the entire universe crammed into it and the tiny dot couldn't handle it all and so BOOM it exploded with a big bang and everything in the universe is came into being everything you see and it kind of ties in with evolution. I would rather just trust the Bible, it says 6 days and I believe it, the original word used in that instance( I don't remember what language) is YOM and it means a 24 hour period, and it is also used when it refers to Jonah in the whale, Jesus when he fasted in the desert and several other instances. I can show you more examples when I find the book that talks about it. I believe that you are pretty strong rooted Christian but I believe the WHOLE Bible and it WAS six literal days. I get most of my apologetics resources(including that book) from AnswersInGenesis.org I also just want to say that science and the Bible go together no matter what people say.

the amazing LukeeD, Flyleaffan.com 9 Comments [6/30/2008 4:12:48 PM]
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God Is Real Unless Declared Integer

"I would rather just trust the Bible, it says 6 days and I believe it, the original word used in that instance( I don't remember what language) is YOM and it means a 24 hour period, and it is also used when it refers to Jonah in the whale, Jesus when he fasted in the desert and several other instances."

You do not know that the OT was in Hebrew?

You fail at failing!!!

7/15/2008 1:36:13 PM

Grigadil

If it takes a god six days to create everything, he's obviously incompetent. A real god could do it in a nanosecond.

7/15/2008 3:00:35 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Lie much?
You couldn't pass a 2nd grade science class.

11/26/2011 1:57:17 AM



Yom\, n. [Heb. y[=o]m.] Day; -- a Hebrew word used in the names of various Jewish feast days; as, Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement; Yom Teruah (lit., day of shouting), the Feast of Trumpets.

Just in case you really didn't know what YOM means

11/26/2011 2:16:21 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Let me guess, you're not one of Steve Hawking's graduate students?

12/9/2011 9:14:18 AM

David B.

Wow, I know Hovind claimed to have taught high-school science for 15 years, but I've never before met one of his students...
o_O

12/9/2011 9:29:31 AM

Justanotheratheist

Science and the bible go together? Yeah, in the same way that an elephant is a fish.

12/10/2011 1:00:15 AM

atheist

Bible as science book?
Ever heard of the "dark ages"?
That was the time when the bible was used as a science book, you know, the good old days.

12/10/2011 5:16:58 AM

Ebon

1) No, the Big Bang theory says what happened immediately after the beginning of the universe. It's a common misconception but the theory actually says nothing about what the initial state of the universe was. The singularity (which seems to be what you're talking about) is simply the most widely held theory.
2) No, the Big Bang has nothing at all to do with evolution.
3) Science and the Bible are compatible but Biblical literalism is not.

10/7/2012 9:23:33 AM
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