God Created Everything in Six Days
Adventure 5: God's Creation
How long did it take God to create the world?
God spent six literal days creating the world. Exodus 20:11 – For in six days the LORD made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day. Therefore the LORD blessed the Sabbath day and hallowed it.
This Truth Makes
God took six ordinary days to create the universe. This is one teaching that the evolutionists (people who believe and teach evolution) deny quite loudly. The main reason they argue against the biblical teaching of six literal days is that in order to make their beliefs “work,” they think there must have been a time lapse (period of time passed) of millions or billions of years.
Sometimes evolutionists claim to know exact answers about how many “billions” of years ago Earth was formed. Perhaps the best questions for those people are: “How do you know? Were you there?” An evolutionist must exercise some sort of faith in order to believe and teach his notions.
No matter what scientists might teach, the information that science can provide about the origin (beginning, cause) of the world is very limited. It is not reliable because it has often been proven wrong. Scientists do not have enough knowledge to answer all the questions. Christians do not know all that might be known about Creation, either, but we can be sure that God did create all that is in the world, and that He did so in six ordinary days.
Many people turn to scientific evidence to help them prove Creationism. Scientific evidence is all fine and good, but the starting point for believers must be the Bible. We can be certain that everything that the Bible clearly teaches is 100% true. God’s Word must be all true, or else it must be all false. A Book written by God could not be a mixture of truth and lies. If you believe some of the Bible is true, you should believe
all of it is true.