Isn;t this interesting?

@stacyv81 (5904)
United States
March 21, 2007 10:08am CST
So, both science and christianity have different view on how the world was created, yet we have the same views on how the world will end, with varying details. We both believe the world will go up in a ball of flames. With Christians believing Jesus will come back and God will take us home. But isnt it interesting, that we have the same idea of how the world will end, but we cant come to the same conclusion on the beginning of the world?
3 responses
@Springlady (3986)
• United States
22 Mar 07
Stacy, I believe the Bible because it is God's Holy Word to us. It tells us that God created everything. The Book of Genesis explains it. God has always been here. We cannot comprehend that, but He is the Beginning and the End. Science is made up of human beings and we humans make plenty of mistakes! God is totally perfect and holy. He cannot fail. He cannot lie and the Bible tells us this Truth.
@stacyv81 (5904)
• United States
22 Mar 07
Thank you, I needed someone on my side
@gsnarayanan (1705)
• India
21 Mar 07
Everything that started has to end. It is not only told in christianity, also in Hindu litreatures. The destruction of the earth is not nearby. But there is bound to be a change in the configuration of the earth. There are un countable number of earths in the universe. Each earh may haveits own development. There is no end to the universe in the near future, but there will be an end, which can not be predicted!
@stacyv81 (5904)
• United States
21 Mar 07
Why do you say it is told in Christanity that the end is not near? Where does it say that in the bible?
@Fargale (760)
• Brazil
22 Mar 07
Regarding the end of the world, there are some possible endings that might fit your description, although it would require a little stretching... for instance, we know that this planet is destined to be engulfed by the sun when our star's life approaches its end, a few billion years from now. But life in the planet would cease to exist way before the sun grew to the point of engulfing us. But in all likelyhood, billions of years from now the human race will already have populated other planets, so it might not be appropriate to consider that the "end of the world".