By Wayne Jackson Dr. Others allege that the Bible simply does not speak to this matter. Ross, see Van Bebber and Taylor 1994.Several Christian ministries promote the idea that the earth is less than 10,000 years old, which they say comes from the Bible. In reality, the Bible makes no claim as to the age of the earth, although it does establish a minimum age. This page examines some of the history of the controversy—what the Bible actually says and does not say—and the scientific evidence surrounding the age of the earth.
That's a fact, and if your belief is not aligned to this fact, then you are what we call "wrong. True, scientific progress repeatedly found our home to be much older than previously suspected, but the widespread view that the planet is only a few thousand years old is relatively new, and has no basis in either fact or scripture. The 6,000 year age was arrived at by James Ussher, a 17th century Irish Archbishop who counted up estimates of the ages of Abraham's family listed in the Old Testament and calculated that the creation began on the Julian calendar on Saturday, October 22, 4004 BC, at 6 pm. Usher made a lot of assumptions, chose to ignore inconsistencies within even those scriptural sources known at that time, and was unaware of certain, now obvious translation issues, importantly including the way the Babylonians counted, but that's beside the point. As William Henry Green wrote, "The Scriptures furnish no data for a chronological computation prior to the life of Abraham; and the Mosaic records do not fix and were not intended to fix the precise date either of the Flood or of the creation of the world.
Он энергично затряс головой. - Вот что - глупо было даже лезть .
Ты будешь жить в одной комнате с Максом, Эпониной, Элли, Мариусом и Никки. Патрик, Наи, Бенджи, Кеплер и Мария располагаются. Я уже объяснял тебе на прошлой неделе, что после всеобщего пробуждения Патрик и Наи относятся к Марии как к собственной дочери.
Они знают, что ты спасла Марию во время бомбардировки.