The Earth is 6000 years old and the sun was created on the fourth day


And here is the science to prove it. Do you, dear reader, know what mature creation is? Wonder no more. Mature creation is

is the idea that God created (on Day 4) the sun fully functioning with all those zillions of gamma photons already in place at all depths in the solar interior.

I must at this point say our author is not convinced this is a good enough explanation and suggests the answer lies with Einstein’s theory of relativity. How do we do this?

And we time those events by when an Earth observer could see the events happening.Thus when the light from the sun first arrived at the Earth it was Day 4. It does not matter, it is even irrelevant, how long the light took to travel(emphasis his).

Is he saying what I think he is saying? That the sun had been created many weeks earlier but the observer on earth saw it on the fourth day? and is this really the language of the bible? Does the narrator in Genesis say light reached the earth on the fourth day or that god created the sun on the fourth day? Or the light reaching the earth on the fourth day and god creating the earth on the fourth day mean the same thing?

John tell us

This is the language of the Bible. Events occur when they are observed. The sun was first seen by Earth observers on Day 4 and that defines when the sun was created. That event occurred 3 days after God created the Earth on Day 1 about 6 thousand years ago. See Related Reading for more information on this.

And I call BS.

But it is this comment below that floored me.

Good afternoon, some time ago while going through a deep depression question my faith, there was so much that with my limited knowledge I could not explain. Then I found the website of Hugh Ross but I could not believe that the universe was millions of years old, this presented more questions than answers. After praying to God for really knowing the truth, I found Jason Lisle and you Mr. HARTNETT, I am very grateful to God for having found people who believe in the creation of approximately 6,000 years. I still have many questions to answer, but now I have a reason to live, a motive that fills me completely.

Dear reader, what are you waiting for to find meaning in your lives? God is calling you. The earth is 6000 years old. And the sun just a few weeks older than the earth.

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As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

84 thoughts on “The Earth is 6000 years old and the sun was created on the fourth day

  1. jim- says:

    Well, if the suns rays took four days to reach earth, this might be at least worth a chuckle, but it’s that 8 minute 20 seconds thing still has me stuck in atheism.

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  2. Barry says:

    Morning?? It’s 4:32 in the afternoon!!

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  3. john zande says:

    Curious, what ‘purpose’ of living is derived from thinking the universe is 6,000 years old?

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  4. maryplumbago says:

    If he created the sun on the fourth day or a few weeks before, then what day did he create skin cancer

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    • makagutu says:

      Must have been while it was still dark

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    • Barry says:

      Didn’t you know that skin caner is part of a plot by Big Pharma to separate us from our hard earned money? They are responsible for the chemtrails which weakens the ozone layer allowing more harmful UV radiation through. I though everyone knew this 🙂

      Of course we shouldn’t rule out the possibility that God (or perhaps Satan) has contracted Big Pharma to create chemtrails for some purpose unknown to us and their huge profits are simply a byproduct of that work.

      What a complex world we live in!

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  5. Swarn Gill says:

    Forget about the fact that God created light and day and night before creating the sun. Still no explanation as to where that light came from! lol

    The last paragraph you quoted tells it all. Here the correct way to say what he is saying:

    Having observed and being confronted with many things that were at odds with the beliefs I had been indoctrinated with growing up, I was no longer experiencing very many hits of dopamine in the brain. I found a website that confronted me with even more contradictory information than what I had been led to believe all my life, and this made me ask even more questions and I felt scared as if my entire psyche was about to collapse onto the increasingly cracked foundation of my worldviews. But then I found this other site that confirmed all my originally beliefs and made up some pseudo-scientific nonsense that played right into my cognitive biases. All of a sudden dopamine was going off in my brain everywhere and I felt much better.

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  6. maryplumbago says:

    If you think about it…religion is just nuts. CS is a perfect example and I notice that he is full of a lot of angst…not a happy man.

    I simply can’t understand why so many still fall for it in the 21st century with all our science and technology. Do they not understand the vastness of the universe and how teeny tiny our little galaxy is?

    Seriously, what is wrong with these people?

    It’s got to be something in the DNA or maybe an underdevelopment in the area that affects the reasoning part of the brain and conversely, the part of the brain that’s prone to conspiracy theories, fantasy and a desire of being controlled rather than controlling their own lives.

    It’s also getting crazier, especially in the US.

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    • makagutu says:

      CS would tell you he is a happy man. I never understand how Ark can interact with him a whole day without getting hospitalized.

      I think for this people, the idea of a cosmic father who created everything 6000 short years ago is a comforting prospect.

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      • maryplumbago says:

        I get the cosmic father who controls their lives, since they feel they can’t or don’t want to do it on their own, but why do they care whether it’s 6000 years or 13 billion? Time is relative..the existence of our whole galaxy will be but a blip in time.

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    • Barry says:

      I don’t think religion per se is nuts – just many versions of it are. But then the same could be said of politics, and even cultural norms and gun ownership, among many others. Taking the US as an example, its apparent that when nuttiness increases in one sphere, it raises the nuttiness in other spheres as well – a self perpetuating craziness all the way to insanity. America appears to be well along that path.

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  7. ah, Christians who have to ride on the coattails of science to make their bullshit sound plausible.

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  8. The brain cells in this guy’s head take 4 days to communicate with each other so he’s kinda, well, kinda slow. But his science is sound. I’m confounded as to why science departments in every university across the world aren’t using this guy’s findings when they teach students this stuff. Damn smart guy, is he not? Well, IS HE NOT?? 🙂

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  9. renudepride says:

    And how is time measured? Just curious. Naked hugs!

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  10. On the seventh day, someone said that God rested.

    On the eighth day, someone’s wife said that he was just hallucinating from eating psychedelic mushrooms.

    I heard that the Council of Nicaea omitted her account.

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  11. Eric Alagan says:

    6,000 years? Yes, that is possible. It all depends on the measure of time we use. Why, earth might have been created only a blink ago.

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  12. Ron says:

    “and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters” . . . of a starless universe with a temperature around 3 K (-270 °C, -454 °F)

    Next week: professor Hartnett explains how Santa manages to deliver gifts to millions of children across the globe overnight with just eight flying reindeer.

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