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  • creationism@yahoogroups.com
    Some Creationism Discussion Group Guidelines: 1. No profanity. 2. Don t make posts of nonsubstantive remarks. In other words, if you can t discuss the topic
    Message 1 of 286 , Aug 1, 2004
      Some "Creationism" Discussion Group Guidelines:

      1. No profanity.

      2. Don't make posts of nonsubstantive remarks. In other words, if you can't discuss the topic without referring to the person you're disagreeing with as a "slimeball-sucking, humanistic atheist" or an "illiterate, Bible-thumping, fundamentalist freak," then don't make the post.

      3. Try to keep the discussion at least distantly related to the subject of creationism, or considerations regarding science and religion.

      4. Edit your reply. If you're replying to a post, please edit the material you're replying to appropriately. You don't have to quote the whole post. Edit out extraneous material. And - hey guys and gals - if your reply is only, say, one or two lines, then please quote *only* the specific sentence(s) of the post that you are replying to.
    • samuel ellis
      This wasn t the first universe that was designed by great souls and created by GOD within Heaven. When this universe was created GOD took some of the energies
      Message 286 of 286 , Oct 21, 2007
        This wasn't the first universe that was designed
        by great souls and created by GOD within Heaven. When
        this universe was created GOD took some of the
        energies of his body and mind that was already a
        part of Heaven and expanded them to become every part
        of our atoms.
        To do this, GOD first created a bubble of time and
        space that would contain all of the laws of science
        that would apply to this entire universe and
        everything in it. Then GOD developed the exact size
        of Basic Energy Particles for our atoms and filled the
        bubble with them. This took up very little space
        because they were not yet expanded to become atoms.
        The Basic Energy Particles then were brought
        together to become Electrons, Protons, Neutrons, and
        all other atomic particles. While this was happening
        the universe was expanding. The Basic Energy
        Particles within each atomic particle has very much
        space due to its magnetic structure.
        Then the Electrons, Protons, Neutrons, and all
        other parts of the atoms were broght together to
        become the atoms. This gave them much more space
        between themagain because of their magnetic structure.
        There is a tremendous amount of space within each
        atom. If the Neutron were the size of a basketball,
        the Proton would be about the size of a socer ball
        about two blocks away. The Electrons would be about
        the size of a large marble about two miles away. They
        are revolving around each other making teh atom twice
        that big. That is how much empty space there is within
        each atom.
        While the Basic Energy Particles were becoming
        particles of the atoms and then becoming atoms this
        was the great expansion that we are now calling the
        Big Bang. From there the atoms were being made into
        the elements we have, such as iron, and the
        substances they become. All of it guided by the great
        souls we are calling the Holy Ghosts/Holy Spirits of
        the sign of the cross.
        When any planet looked like it could support life
        it was guided to have life. After eons of time the
        earth was helped by the great souls to develope many
        forms of life. There is much more to it but this is
        the overview of it.
        Samuel J. Ellis





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