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  • Who wrote the book of Genesis?

    And with your answer in mind, answer this: according to people that believe the Bible, they say the Earth is what, over 6000 years old, right? But scientists who have actually tested the Earth have proved that the Earth has been here for over 4 1/2 billion years. so, either way, for someone to know that God formed the Earth, they would have had to be there to know. otherwise, no one would really know how the Earth came to be. soo, written language or communication has been around how long??? again, who wrote the book of Genesis? and is it accurate? Who actually penned the idea that God created the Earth? Who was around at the time and what person knew this and therefore wrote about it? Doesn't add up if you ask me.

    21 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • Who wrote the book of Genesis?

    And with your answer in mind, answer this: according to people that believe the Bible, they say the Earth is what, over 6000 years old, right? But scientists who have actually tested the Earth have proved that the Earth has been here for over 4 1/2 billion years. so, either way, for someone to know that God formed the Earth, they would have had to be there to know. otherwise, no one would really know how the Earth came to be. soo, written language or communication has been around how long??? again, who wrote the book of Genesis? and is it accurate? Who actually penned the idea that God created the Earth? Who was around at the time and what person knew this and therefore wrote about it? Doesn't add up if you ask me.

    7 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago
  • The human race is destroying the Earth.?

    It amazes me that even though the Earth is the only Earth we have, it seems that the human race is hell-bent on destroying it. I know that now we have all the "green" talk going on, and now a lot of people are turning to "green" this, and "green" that, which is really great. But, I am scared that it is a little too late for that. It seems to me that the downward spiral of the Earth's condition is parallel to the progression of man. Meaning, industry and intelligence has evolved, but at the price of damaging the very Earth that we live on in the process. I am talking about pollution, disease, etc. Does anyone else think this also?

    18 AnswersGlobal Warming1 decade ago
  • what's to say that one day the Earth will just disentegrate or fall into space and we all die?

    people say it won't happen, but anything is possible. we don't know everything, now do we? just a thought. opinions??

    14 AnswersAstronomy & Space1 decade ago
  • What do you think about the fact that everyone on this Earth is hanging onto a ball in the middle of nothing?

    The Earth is a round ball in the middle of space, just hanging there. Does anyone besides myself find that just a little scary? Along with the fact that we have absolutely no idea what, if anything, else is out there beyond our universe?

    6 AnswersAstronomy & Space1 decade ago
  • Pentecostal turned "wonderer"?

    is it more common than i think for someone that was brought up Pentecostal as a child, then grow up and actually not understand why it was so bad for women to wear jeans, or make-up or watch TV or go to a ballgame, an numerous other things? I really feel cheated out of a lot of things that i should have gotten to do and experience, and now i see nothing whatsoever wrong with these things. And at the same time, the guilt creeps into the back of my mind because i was brought up to not question it. In school, i was always "different", that does more to a child's mental health than you realize, and will manifest itself later in life like it has with me. this just doesn't seem fair. now i try to make sure my children don't feel that way because of something they are "forced" to do. any thoughts?

    4 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago