Unravelling the Mystery

“The Mystery of Two Creations” aims to provide accurate and objective information to help readers discover the truth behind the origin of the world and mankind. Here, you can find salient details about the book, as well as the important points that will be discussed.

About the Book

Product Details

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc (June 21, 2021)
Language: English
Paperback: 40 pages
ISBN-10: 1638742944
ISBN-13: 978-1638742944
Item Weight: 2.57 ounces
Dimensions: 6 x 0.1 x 9 inches
Best Sellers Rank: #1,284,225 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) | #2,017 in Science & Religion (Books)

First Creation

The first creation involved the Pre-Cambrian, Paleozoic, and Mesozoic eras.

The heavens were created first, followed by the creation of Earth.

Approximately 250,000 species of animals were present during the first creation.

Large sea creatures, dinosaurs, huge birds, etc. existed.

A prehistoric flood destroyed the first creation 65 million years ago.

Basically, gymnosperm flora existed during the first creation with few angiosperm florae.

The fossil record is proof of the first creation.

Second Creation

The second creation involved the present era: Cenozoic.

Earth was rearranged in the first 3 days, and the sun was reignited on the fourth day.

Humans and 3000 species of mammals were present in the second creation.

Few sea creatures, insects, birds, and amphibians were recreated during the second creation.

Noah’s flood took place during the second creation 4500 years ago.

250,000 species of angiosperms currently exist, which were absent in the first creation.

At the core of Emmanuel’s mission statement is John 8:32, which states, “You shall know the truth and truth shall set you free.” Searching for answers for the creation account resulted in the revelation of the mystery of two creations from Genesis 1, not as a poetic metaphor but as literal history.

Genesis 1:1-3

The first three verses of Genesis 1 represent three distinct events that took place in four different eras of the Earth's history. Based on geological columns, Earth’s history is divided into four eras: the Precambrian, the Paleozoic, the Mesozoic, and the Cenozoic era (Tertiary and Quaternary eras combined).

The first creation is accounted for in Genesis 1:1, which states, “In the beginning God created Heaven and the Earth.” The creation of heaven included the formation of all the stars and galaxies13.8 billion years ago. Earth was created 4.5 billion years ago during the Precambrian Era, continuing through the Paleozoic and Mesozoic Eras.

Life on Earth at this time was abundant, teeming with a variety of animal and Germno flora species through the land and sea. Dominating the sky were 40-feet winged creatures known as pterosaurs. Dinosaurs were noted to roam the Earth for a total of at least 186 billion years.

Fossil records, the first known proof of this initial creation event, reflect a KT boundary. This is also known as the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary, which represents the division between the first and second creation. The KT boundary represents the end of an era and the beginning of a new one.

Genesis 1:2 states, “The earth was without form and void; the darkness was upon the face of the deep and Spirit of God was moving upon the face of the waters.” A transition in the Earth’s condition is described in Genesis 1:2 as the “Earth once vibrant with life is now decimated.

Scientific evidence demonstrates a 6-to-9-mile asteroid that collided with the Earth 65 million years ago, resulting in the death of dinosaurs. This event preceded another important event, the prehistoric flood responsible for the mudslides that buried all living and nonliving things.

The prehistoric flood triggered a string of violent earthquakes, chaotic tsunamis, and enormous volcanic eruptions. These events eventually led to continental drift and the formation of seven new continents.

Mountains were formed as continental plates smashed against one another. For the first time, the Atlantic Ocean arose to fill the space between what we now know as the eastern and western hemispheres.

The water remained over the surface of the Earth, as seen in Genesis 1:2, encompassing the new Cenozoic Era.

The second 6-day creation occurred 6,000 years ago when God said, “Let there be light” in Genesis 1:3.

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