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According to God’s Word, bodies out in space, like the sun, moon, and stars, were created on Day Four of the Creation Week.
God set them in the firmament of the heavens to give light on the earth. (Genesis 1:14)
Thus God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament; and it was so. (Genesis 1:7)
This question is very important! Let’s look at some other time references (days, months, and years) first.
. . . their gravity is so strong that light can’t even escape from them. If light cannot escape a black hole, then it can never get to your eyes, so it appears black.
The Bible seems to rule out any native intelligent life in outer space since they would be under the Curse with no possibility of salvation (Romans 8).
The stripes that appear on the planet are actually generated by strong winds. Because of its gas composition and strong winds, it’s prone to massive storms.
Comets are icy objects in space that release dust or gas when they approach the sun.
The nearest galaxy depends on how we define a galaxy. There are masses of stars much smaller than the Milky Way that are considered a galaxy.
The definition of a planet was recently changed. Because of this change, the previous count of nine planets was changed to eight.
Most ancients believed in a round earth, including Christians.
Most meteors typically burn up, with nothing left of them to fall out of the sky.
The sun is not too hot or too cold when compared to other stars.
At this stage, we have sent something that has finally reached the outer edges of our solar system and is about to enter interstellar space.
When we talk about planets with rings around them, Saturn is obviously the one many people think of.
The supposed big bang is one of the popular atheistic models about the origin of the universe. It basically teaches that the universe created itself.
Compared to other galaxies, the Milky Way is actually a middle-sized one.
They shall fear You as long as the sun and moon endure, throughout all generations. (Psalms 72:5)
Comets are made mostly of dust, rock, and ice, while asteroids are primarily made of rock. A snowball hitting a rock might be similar to what it would be like if a comet hit an asteroid at high speed.
The “heavens and the earth” were created by God at the beginning, when He created time (Genesis 1:1) on Day One of the Creation Week.