NASA Discovery Reveals Planet Birth Coincides With Genesis Account of Creation
As astronomers delve more and more into the recesses of outer space, they are discovering the way that stars and planets develop coincides with the Genesis account of the creation of the Earth.
NASA’s Hubble and Spitzer Telescopes discovered a number of locations in galaxies neighboring our Milky Way in 2004, where infant stars mature.
Enveloped around these young stars were “protoplanetary dust clouds,” which scientists say are the materials from which planets are made.
Scientists have observed that more mature stars have less dust around them, as the dust coalesces over time to create planets.
The account of creation as per Genesis 1:2 states, "Now the earth proved to be formless and waste, and there was darkness upon the surface of the watery deep."
NASA astronomers have concluded that the Genesis description of the Earth’s creation sounds eerily similar to what they have observed in space.
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Amateur astronomer and author Paul Hutchins spoke with The Christian Post and says he agrees.
Research Hutchins has done on the Hubble and Spitzer findings lead him to write the book, “Hubble Reveals Creation by an Awe-Inspiring Power.”
“If man's imagination is responsible for everything on the earth, then whose imagination is responsible for this galaxy and the whole universe?” Hutchins told CP.
NASA’s observations detail that as planets begin to congeal, they absorb more and more dust until light from the stars around which they orbit can break through the clouds.
Genesis 1:3 details, God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light.
Hutchins believes that Genesis, read in its original Hebrew would reveal that the Sun and stars were already present at the time of Earth’s creation, further showing a connection between the Bible’s account and NASA’s observations.
"If He didn't exist then how could these writers of the Bible write this information, thousands of years in advance, and it exactly matches up with what the Hubble and Spitzer telescopes are finding?" Hutchins said.