- Oct 2, 2001
I just don't know what else I can say in this area. An omniscient God wouldn't have a problem knowing anything. It's just not that hard.Originally posted by iowahawkeyes1986:
How does god have the concept of a day or a year or any time scale? Unless he himself orbits a star and revolves around an axis, there is no concept of a day or year in this universe. He would have to be physically in the universe to experience such a thing. Day and year are human creations, god would know nothing of them unless he himself orbits a star and revolves around an axis.
Oh, that is how the moon came about? Another one of your "facts"? My goodness, open your mind.Originally posted by iowahawkeyes1986:
Plus, you can't explain all the impact craters on the Earth if the Earth is indeed that young. Mankind would have been long wipped out had we been around during these times. Then you have the moon, which was created by one of these large impacts with a planet roughly the size of mars. There is no way the moon could be where it is currently located had the collision happened sooner than around 4 billion years ago.
No, mankind wouldn't have been wiped out. It's all speculation on how much damage these things do. You know there are now scientists starting to question these impact theories. Amazingly, very fragile things survived during the alleged one that caused the extinction of the dinosuars. No one knows.