11 Then God said, “Let the land produce vegetation: seed-bearing plants and trees on the land that bear fruit with seed in it, according to their various kinds.” And it was so. 12 The land produced vegetation: plants bearing seed according to their kinds and trees bearing fruit with…
And plants don’t photosynthesise at night time.
True, but Christians assume that god created both plants that do and do not need photosynthesis. Yes, they also don’t photosynthesize at night. However, when one uses that knowledge to protect the Bible, one is basing his/her defense on faith and not empiricism. Furthermore, if he created plants that need not photosynthesis on that day, how did plants that need it come about? That would be assuming Evolution and for any literalist Christian, that is a big no, no. Scientifically speaking, there are a number of violations in the Bible apart from the historical violations. I merely point out the multitudinous infractions. Again, if it is his word, why didn’t he preserve it enough so that men weren’t able to taint its perfection? If it is his word, why is it so inaccurate and lacking in specificity? Wouldn’t an all knowing god know that mankind would make it this far — far enough to question details? If so, why exclude the details? Has he now created a scenario in which many are condemned? After all, broad is the way to destruction. I guess god is not merciful and prides himself in leading people to damnation rather than salvation. Of course, this isn’t your problem, but these are the kinds of questions Christians should consider before claiming that Christianity is the truth of truths and religion of religions.
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