|One day, I was reading this dusty old book.
It's called the Bible.
I'm having difficulty getting past the first line.
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.
Doesn't go into any details.
It should have been written as:
- Is this the religious big bang?
Just like the big bang, it was not big and there
was no one to hear it anyway. No one cared.
This act of creating this earth and heavens requires
a massive amount of fusion
to create all these atoms that make up our
little flat earth.
- If the religious big bang did not create light, then
God was working in total darkness since he had yet
to create light.
- Where did God find all this mass of stuff?
Obviously, outside the heavens and the earth.
- At this point, where is evil, the devil or Satan?
Why must there be evil?
- Where was God before the beginning?
What lies outside the heavens and the earth?
In the beginning was not really the real beginning.
After all, God was present before
that he claimed was the beginning.
- If he was an omnipotent god, he could create
omnipotent clones of himself and more pesky
- How long had he been there?
- Was he all alone?
Not if he cloned himself.
- How do we know God is a man?
- Who created God?
- Who created his creator?
- How far away was God when he created his ant farm?
He had to protect himself from the energy caused by fusion.
Once upon a time, God created the heavens and the earth.