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Is there any defense for believing the earth was created in a week?

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Is there any defense for believing the earth was created in a week?

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I believe that it did not take literaly a week for God to make the Earth. I believe that it took much longer, because since God has always been around, a week would be a blink of an eye to him. I believe that the days were simply days in the eyes of God, and for all we know each day could be a million of years apart to God. I don’t believe the Earth is billions of years old, but it is possible that it may be hundreds of thousands to millions of years old.

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The problem with that is we don’t know for sure how time is related to us in space…..If astronomers can observe celestial bodies 12 billion light years away, why is the universe supposedly 95-156 billion light years across? One would gather there are some qualities about the speed of light and the expansion of the universe which exceed the presumed limits of the speed of light which alters our perception of time and the age of the universe. And red shift interpretations may not be accurate as well since we observe highly red-shifted objects in fairly close or less red-shifted galaxies. http://www.creationscience.com/onlineboo… One interpretation that I’ve heard is that we are basically in a time-dilated gravity well existing as we do on earth….the further out you look, the longer time is expanded along with the size of the universe.It has been observed that everything in the universe

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