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Message 136 of 137 (723362)
03-31-2014 9:57 AM
Reply to: Message 134 by kbertsche
03-30-2014 9:11 PM


Re: Old Earth views of some Christian leaders
Are you suggesting that the mass-energy that makes up our universe did NOT have a beginning, that it was eternal? If so, how do you reconcile this with our universe having a beginning?

Our Universe exists at every single point in the past time direction, but there are a finite number of them. There is no point in time where the Universe does not exist.


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Message 137 of 137 (723370)
03-31-2014 12:19 PM
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03-30-2014 9:11 PM


Re: Old Earth views of some Christian leaders
kbertsche writes:

Are you suggesting that the mass-energy that makes up our universe did NOT have a beginning, that it was eternal?


Eternity only needs to be open at one end. When the Bible talks about eternal punishment, for example, it means without end not without beginning.
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