Why didn't god just create a bigger earth if he knew we would be over populated?
- sk8terboy1963Lv 41 month ago
There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever that any deity created anything. That is nothing more than a wild assertion with nothing to back it up. Period. Read a science book and educate yourself.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Maybe you will figure it out if there is not enough food for all maybe a better idea would be to have less kids. One kid per person in an entire life time would gradually reduce the population and then things would be better for everyone. Someone taught this to me in late 2016 and I believe he has a good idea.
- Roberta BLv 61 month ago
The earth follows precise mathematical laws that make it just right for humans, land and marine animals, plants, in fact, all life here on earth to flourish.
This is one of many reasons why some scientists who study such things have turned to belief in a Creator.
Population experts say that humans reached its first 1 billion in population only a little over 200 years ago, in about 1804. We reached 6 billion in 1999 and 7 billion in 2011, and they expect the 8 billionth baby to be born either in 2025 (United Nations figures) or 2050 (US Census figures)
But your question implies that the world and its current condition will continue uninterrupted.
The Bible (Jesus, actually) said that the end of the kosmos (a Greek word meaning "system of things") will be preceded by wars and reports of wars, diseases, famines, lawlessness, and a cooling off of love among the greater number. Matthew 24:3-14
The last phrase in verse 14 says "and then the end will come."
This indicates that God will intervene in human affairs.
More information on this is here:
- RichardLv 61 month ago
Which god ?
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- Forrest ToneyLv 71 month ago
A perfect earth in a perfect universe so God's will is done .
- PaulLv 71 month ago
And how would that prevent us from becoming over populated? Might take a bit longer. Assuming we could deal with the much greater force of gravity.
- Ernest SLv 71 month ago
The Earth is big enough for those worthy to live on it.
- Anonymous1 month ago
A bigger earth means more gravitational pull, meaning that if it was bigger people would be stuck to the ground.
- keyjonaLv 71 month ago
Over concentrated, not overpopulated.
- yesmarLv 71 month ago
He didn't know. God's not magic and he's not a genie.