Time is running out

In a car full of kids on a long journey, the kids always ask, "Are we there yet?" Time passes slowly for them no matter how fast the car is going, lol.

A New Theory says time is disappearing from the universe

"New evidence is suggesting that time is slowly disappearing from our universe, and will one day vanish completely. Professor Jose Senovilla proposes that we have been fooled into thinking the expansion of the universe is accelerating, when in reality, time itself is slowing down. Though radical and in many way unprecedented, these ideas are not without support. Gary Gibbons, a cosmologist at Cambridge University, says the concept has merit. "We believe that time emerged during the Big Bang, and if time can emerge, it can also disappear - that's just the reverse effect."


Mainstream scientific theory is that time began with the Big Bang. Biblical fact says it began with God and the 6 days of Creation. However, the secular world adheres to the Big Bang as the start of things. "In the beginning, all the universe was compressed into a tiny ball. All that matter that ever was, ever is, and ever shall be was contained in this tiny ball. At some point (we do not know when) suddenly the ball went BOOM! (we do not know why) and flung all the matter out into the universe (we do not know how far). For some time after that the Universe was busy forming and suns and moons and planets from gas. We do not know how they do this. We think that the universe is still expanding but now we are not even sure of that because it seems that it may in fact be decelerating. See, for a long time we thought that dark matter was the stuff that propelled the universe apart, even though we do not know what dark matter IS or even for sure that it exists. Oops. Now, we have decided that dark matter does not exist and time is indeed ending because the universe is not expanding after all. But isn't that a nice story, Johnny? Come back tomorrow and I'll tell you more facts about science and the Universe."

As biblical apologist Ken Ham asks, "Where did the matter come from that made up this tiny ball? How is it possible to condense all of the universe's matter into a tiny ball and then keep it that way? What caused it to explode?"

As for time and its beginning and ending, any theory of "The Big Bang" would necessarily require the pre-existence of an accelerant - the very presence of something which would violate the original supposition that nothing existed prior to the Bang. Secondly, any notion that the Big Bang occurred would have to include the idea that there was a progression of events (time) leading up to the Bang, wherein the explosion subsequently occurred. It matters not if that build-up was lengthy or infinitesimal, there had to have been a progression, where parts of a whole lined up in such a way as to cause the Bang. That lining up of parts to ignite the causal event would have to include time because it takes time to line up. It even takes time to explode.

The concept that scientists in the news clip above are now exploring is actually the closest to the truth: We believe that time emerged during the Big Bang, and if time can emerge, it can also disappear - that's just the reverse effect." Time DID emerge during the moment of the universe's creation. Prior to that, God existed. He always has. He is I AM. But He is outside of time. "For thus saith the high and lofty One that inhabiteth eternity," (Is 57:15) The bible was written by 44 authors in 66 books over 3400 years yet is a cohesive whole. It tells a united story. Only God could do that. He is the unifying thread in the Word but He is outside of time.

We know that once we as Christians enter eternity then time for us will be no more. When we die, or during the millennial kingdom, or after that, I am not skilled enough to know at what point exactly, but time will end. Are you ready for your timeless eternity? We all get one and we all spend it in either of two places. Pray to Jesus to ask Him to forgive your sins and you will inhabit eternity with Him. If any person does not seek forgiveness of their sins, they will inhabit eternity without Him, in hell. And that is a long time to wonder, "Are we there yet?"


  1. boy, it only took me a year to figure out that comments weren't working!


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