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The second law of thermodynamics actually dictates that there must be a creator God, for matter tends to degradation and decay to eventual randomness, from the beginning when all was fresh, so when was the beginning of matter anyway?

The Bible says it was created about 6,000 years ago, while darwinists say that matter randomly formed (oxymoronically) tens of billions of years ago, so who’s right?  Who is right is actually irrelevent because it began by design, self-evidently by the creator (“anyone who denies the obvious design in nature is liar”), so the burden of proof is on the enemies of God to somehow disallow the second law of thermodynamics, obviously a tough plight for the opponents of the biblical account of origins, so be sure to pressure them on this point, remembering that all of Genesis is really rather easily defended, as you read on here.

And certianly checkout, where you’ll see the ice age fits very nicely in the chronology and science of the old testament, the science of the future, old school man.

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