5 Questions about God, creation, and the end times that will blow your mind.

5 Questions about God, creation, and the end times that will blow your mind.

As we have discussed before, science is the art of asking questions. That would be the truest, and most base definition for science. In general. And in speciality. At the end of this post there is a place to leave a comment. Please, let’s keep the conversation going. If you’d like to listen to the audio of this post – along with some commentary… press play on the video.

And now… five questions.

End Times

In Mt. 24:29 – speaking about the end times – Jesus said,

1. If starlight is taking hundreds of thousands, or millions, of light-years to travel here, will the stars themselves travel at light speed to fall here on earth, And if that is so, did that mean they started falling the moment they gave off light?

2. If the sun goes dark when it’d normally be daylight in one place, and dark in another, if the night is cloudy, will the other side of the earth have missed it?


Lucifer a.k.a. Satan

3. When Lucifer fell, why didn’t God throw him to some faraway planet, instead of the earth, to never hurt anyone again?

Adam & Eve

4. When Adam and Eve were created, why didn’t God put the Tree of the knowledge of good and evil somewhere they couldn’t get to it?



Despite what the written word says, there are different beliefs. One group will believe salvation is eternally secure, while the other believe you can lose that salvation if you were to make a certain choice,

5. If when you are born again you receive eternal life, how can anything you do or say, interrupt, or end the “ETERNAL” life”


An exercise…

Not one of these questions disprove the Bible, they disprove man’s interpretation of what the Bible says. Get good at asking questions. Do that… and the world becomes your oyster.

7 thoughts on “5 Questions about God, creation, and the end times that will blow your mind.

  1. I realize my children don’t understand some things and they won’t understand until they have lived longer and grow through experiences. Now my heavenly father knows so much more than I do and no matter what I’ll not understand till he wants me to.

  2. That is the problem right there: “man’s interpretation”; which is why Peter says this in 2 Peter 1:19-21 NASB

    “So we have the prophetic word made more sure, to which you do well to pay attention as to a lamp shining in a dark place, until the day dawns and the morning star arises in your hearts. But know this first of all, that no prophecy of Scripture is a matter of one’s own interpretation, for no prophecy was ever made by an act of human will, but men moved by the Holy Spirit spoke from God.”

    What this means is, ask the questions and wait for the Holy Spirit to answer. He knows what He moved those men to write, but we don’t!
    Realize what these men saw was from the Spiritual realm and/or from the future where they would have no understanding themselves.
    it’s 400+ BC, how would the prophet describe a computer from today; or people on cell phones. would fireworks look like falling stars. (not saying that Jesus would not know).
    When we don’t understand we must rest in the faith that God does and He has it all planned out and then wait to see His glorious work!

  3. Another question, about “Those non-believers are going to be condemned into the Hell to be eternally tortured.” For anyone lived on earth who may have committed a limited amount of sins in a very short limited time compared to eternity, is a sentence of eternal torture justice? What kind of a picture does this doctrine paint of God? To me, the God described as such is quite different from the Father of Jesus.

  4. Maybe by “stars” it means public super stars, the “sun” darkens, means the church, the “moon” does not give “her” light, the believers… figurative rather than literal. In that case, it could be referring to now. Just a wild idea I had!

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