so how old is the earth then? i hear varying numbers from creationists - some a strict interpretation of the old testament, others find a way to interpret differently to fit science better. curious as to what you guys think......
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very creative - but thats an invented version of your religion. true fundamentalists stick with the 7,000 or 10,000 yrs, whatever it is, regardless of time-space continuum. so who is right?
look at all those galaxies!!! billions and billions!!! and each has billions and even multitudes of trillions of stars!! thats billions upon billions of opportunities for other terrestrial life on a planet associated with those stars.....
why bother....creationists just keep inventing things to mesh the two trains of thought to "prove" they are right.......
teach real science in schools, creation in your own home and/or church. simple.
Thanks for confirming what I thought was the purpose of your post #27, David.