Just a few weeks ago, NASA released a series of photos from the largest space telescope ever launched. The James Webb is larger than a truck and peers deeper into the universe than the Hubble telescope that has been orbiting the Earth for more than 30 years. We are learning more about the vastness and the age of space than our minds can barely comprehend.

How does this modern space technology affect the Bible’s story of God creating the heavens and the Earth? Certainly the Genesis account can’t compete with our modern space-age information.

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Kent Misegades

Bill Nye, The (fake) science guy, believes we are descended from Martians. He might be. I’m from Adam and Eve. No other planets needed, or ever mentioned in the Bible.

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