Re: appearance of history
David Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 11 Feb 1998 12:01:19 -0400
>If indeed "Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and forever, so it seems like
>a good assumption that He has run the universe similarly in the past as in
>the present," wouldn't that imply that the universe had no beginning? I
>suppose what you mean is that whatever rules God used to create, those rules
>are "time-invariant"--whatever that mean to someone outside of spacetime.
>How difficult it is to talk about God vis a vis His creation.
Geological and astronomical observations and extrapolation of "natural"
laws all point to a beginning. Also, many Scripture passages assert that
God created everything. Because the universe is created and because we
were created to rule over it, it should be comprehensible. If "natural"
laws are constantly changing, or are regularly set aside, I don't think we
can do science. However, we can do science.