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  • Jesus the scientist.?

    Was Jesus a Young earth creationist?

    Does the bible explicitly tells us when Jesus, the word, created?

  • #2
    Originally posted by simplicio View Post
    Was Jesus a Young earth creationist?

    Does the bible explicitly tells us when Jesus, the word, created?
    I suppose I should also add moses, who gave us the account.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by simplicio View Post
      Was Jesus a Young earth creationist?
      No.

      Originally posted by simplicio
      Does the bible explicitly tells us when Jesus, the word, created?
      Yes.

      "In the beginning ..."

      THE BIBLE SAYS IT, THAT SETTLES IT.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by simplicio View Post
        Was Jesus a Young earth creationist?

        Does the bible explicitly tells us when Jesus, the word, created?
        NO.

        Next question?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bob Carabbio View Post
          Next question?
          Hey, grandpa! What's for supper!?
          THE BIBLE SAYS IT, THAT SETTLES IT.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by AV1611VET View Post

            Hey, grandpa! What's for supper!?
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJnB4hA7sm0

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            • #7
              Originally posted by bob carabbio View Post
              Yum!!! Yum!!!
              THE BIBLE SAYS IT, THAT SETTLES IT.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by simplicio View Post
                Was Jesus a Young earth creationist?

                Does the bible explicitly tells us when Jesus, the word, created?
                Yes, since He told us that God has but 7 Days/Ages and the 7th is future to 2019. Genesis 1:28-31
                Jesus came into the world as the physical incarnation of the invisible Spirit of God as the Light of the 1st Day. Genesis 1:3

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by simplicio View Post
                  Was Jesus a Young earth creationist?

                  Does the bible explicitly tells us when Jesus, the word, created?
                  The Young Earth Creationist movement was created from the ravings of one Seventh Day Adventist crackpot Ellen White, as interpreted by George McCready Price.
                  When evil is powerful, good men are silenced.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by D Laurier View Post

                    The Young Earth Creationist movement was created from the ravings of one Seventh Day Adventist crackpot Ellen White, as interpreted by George McCready Price.
                    Maybe, but it also refers to the 7 Days of Creation in building a perfect Heaven, filled with perfect people. When His Heaven is finished (brought to perfection) God will rest on the 7th Day which is Eternity. The History of this event is shown in it's entirety in the first 34 verses of Genesis. Perhaps the people you list, read it.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by simplicio View Post
                      Was Jesus a Young earth creationist?
                      Yes. According to this def.


                      Young-Earth Creationist View Summarized And Defended | Answers in Genesis

                      Young-earth creationists believe that the creation days of Genesis 1 were six literal (24-hour) days, which occurred 6,000–12,000 years ago. They believe that about 2,300–3,300 years before Christ, the surface of the earth was radically rearranged by Noah’s Flood. All land animals and birds not in Noah’s Ark (along with many sea creatures) perished, many of which were subsequently buried in the Flood sediments. Therefore, creationists believe that the global, catastrophic Flood was responsible for most (but not all) of the rock layers and fossils (i.e., some rock layers and possibly some fossils were deposited before the Flood, while other layers and fossils were produced in postdiluvian localized catastrophic sedimentation events or processes).

                      The biblical arguments in support of this view can be briefly summarized as follows.
                      1. Genesis is history, not poetry...6. In Jesusí comments about Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Noah and the Flood, Sodom and Gomorrah, etc., He clearly took the events recorded in Genesis as literal history, just as did all the New Testament writers. Several passages show that Jesus believed that man was created at the beginning of creation, not billions of years after the beginning (as all old-earth views imply), which confirms the young-earth creationist view Mk 10:6 and 13:19 and Lk 11:50-51 His miracles also confirm the young-earth view. From His first miracle of turning water into wine (which revealed his glory as the Creator, to all His other miracles His spoken word brought an immediate, instantaneous result, just as Godís word did in Creation Week.

                      Does the bible explicitly tells us when Jesus, the word, created?
                      Jn. 1

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by lightbeamrider View Post
                        Yes. According to this def.


                        Young-Earth Creationist View Summarized And Defended | Answers in Genesis

                        Young-earth creationists believe that the creation days of Genesis 1 were six literal (24-hour) days, which occurred 6,000–12,000 years ago. They believe that about 2,300–3,300 years before Christ, the surface of the earth was radically rearranged by Noah’s Flood. All land animals and birds not in Noah’s Ark (along with many sea creatures) perished, many of which were subsequently buried in the Flood sediments. Therefore, creationists believe that the global, catastrophic Flood was responsible for most (but not all) of the rock layers and fossils (i.e., some rock layers and possibly some fossils were deposited before the Flood, while other layers and fossils were produced in postdiluvian localized catastrophic sedimentation events or processes).

                        The biblical arguments in support of this view can be briefly summarized as follows.
                        1. Genesis is history, not poetry...6. In Jesus’ comments about Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Noah and the Flood, Sodom and Gomorrah, etc., He clearly took the events recorded in Genesis as literal history, just as did all the New Testament writers. Several passages show that Jesus believed that man was created at the beginning of creation, not billions of years after the beginning (as all old-earth views imply), which confirms the young-earth creationist view Mk 10:6 and 13:19 and Lk 11:50-51 His miracles also confirm the young-earth view. From His first miracle of turning water into wine (which revealed his glory as the Creator, to all His other miracles His spoken word brought an immediate, instantaneous result, just as God’s word did in Creation Week.

                        Jn. 1
                        So you say that genesis was history, not allegory. Was the prodigal son a historical account? Would the meaning change whether it was historical or allegorical?

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