by Ken Trivette

How In The World Did The World Get Here?
Ken D. Trivette
Genesis 1:1-25

1. I read about a group of scientists and engineers that spent years gathering information to determine the origin of all things. As the thousands of bits of information came in, they were fed into a giant computer. Finally the day came: all the information had been programmed The scientists and engineers gathered around the giant computer as the instruction was punched in: "Produce a detailed account of the creation of the earth." Breathlessly the group waited. The great computer hummed, rattled; and finally the printer typed out, "See Genesis 1:1."

2. There are primarily two theories for the existence of all things. There is the view that God created all things as held by the Creationist. Then there is the view that all things evolved over billions of years as held by the Evolutionist.

3. The most popular theory of the evolutionist is "Explosive Creation" which is often called the "Big Bang" theory. The big bang assumes that all the material of the universe was originally bound in super-hot, super dense mass. Its temperature of was more than a trillion degrees, and all matter was homogenized into hydrogen and helium. There was an explosion of this fire-ball that kicked out matter with enormous velocity in all directions.

A billion years later, the clouds of matter began to condense into galaxies of stars. Everything in the solar system - including our bodies has been reprocessed from material left behind by earlier stellar explosion. With the evolution of a planetary geological structure and the development of a stable planetary atmosphere, life became possible. 1

4. In the book "The Amazing Universe," Herbert Friedman (an evolutionist), chief scientist for E.O. Hulburt Center for Space research, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory writes: "As the sum of knowledge grows, the astronomer continues to seek answers to man's most profound questions: What is the grand design of the ...

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