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By Ratsameedara Nunkliang

 

 

Time is hard to define. We all are wondering what it actually is and whether it even exist. Does time really have a beginning and an end?

In the biblical term, time presents God’s  work to guide the route  of history according to his saving plan. Time began at creation and becomes the organization  through which God continues to reveal his holy purpose for it. God is transcendent over time. He set up the cycle of days and seasons to melt them for his endless  purposes. The end-time period surrounding Jesus’ second coming is called the last times. The New Testament believes that the present history will end when Jesus returns. And the strong believe of the first advent guarantees the sureness  of the second.

In science term, time has always been involved linked with the Sun. We measure time in years, months, days, hours, minutes, and seconds. And the Big Bang is science’s best explanation for how the universe began and then made the stars and galaxies. It began as a very hot, small, and smoky force, with no stars, atoms, form, or structure. Then about 13.8 billion years ago, space expanded very quickly. This started the formation of atoms, which eventually led to the formation of stars and galaxies. Then a little after 9 billion years after the Big Bang, our solar system was born.

There is a saying “Everything that has a beginning, has an ending”. The time scale of the universe is very long compared to the time scale for human life. So it is not surprising that until recently the universe was thought to be unchanging in time, while it is always altering little by little. Even though we are not noticed about our surroundings, the world may slowly come to an end one day in the future.

In either terms, I agree that time has a beginning and an end.

 

Review 

By Panida Chanmai

  • We all are wondering what it actually is and whether it even exist.
  • Then a little after 9 billion years after the Big Bang
  • while it is always altering little by little.
  • Even though we are not noticed about our surroundings, the world may slowly come to an end one day in the future.

 

Second draft 

By Ratsameedara Nunkliang

Time is hard to define. We all are wondered what it actually is and whether it even exist. Does time really have a beginning and an end?

In the biblical term, time presents God’s  work to guide the route of history according to his saving plan. Time began at creation and becomes the organization through which God continues to reveal his holy purpose for it. God is transcendent over time. He set up the cycle of days and seasons to melt them for his endless purposes. The end-time period surrounding Jesus’ second coming is called the last times. The New Testament believes that the present history will end when Jesus returns. And the strong believe of the first advent guarantees the sureness of the second.

In science term, time has always been involved linked with the Sun. We measure time in years, months, days, hours, minutes, and seconds. And the Big Bang is science’s best explanation for how the universe began and then made the stars and galaxies. It began as a very hot, small, and smoky force, with no stars, atoms, form, or structure. Then about 13.8 billion years ago, space expanded very quickly. This started the formation of atoms, which eventually led to the formation of stars and galaxies. And a little after 9 billion years after the Big Bang, our solar system was born.

There is a saying “Everything that has a beginning, has an ending”. The time scale of the universe is very long compared to the time scale for human life. So it is not surprising that until recently the universe was thought to be static and unchanging in time, while it’s always altering little by little. Even though, we are not noticed, the world may come to an end one day in the future.

In either terms, I agree that time has a beginning and an end.

 

First draft 

By Ratsameedara Nunkliang

Does time really have a beginning and an end? Time is hard to define. We all are wondered what it actually is and whether it even exist.

Time in the Bible presents the work of God about the history in accordance with his plan of salvation.

The time has come to establish and become a divine agency, where God continues to reveal his divine purposes for this. God is great over time. He gives the cycle of days and seasons known and anticipated and has the power to dissolve them for his eternal purpose. God created the heavens and the earth. He organized things by creating light, day, night, sky, land, seas, vegetation, stars, living creatures, and humans.

The last moment about the Second Coming of Jesus Christ will be called the last time. The New Testament believes that the present history ends when Jesus returns. The conviction of the first birth is a guarantee of the certainty of the second.

In scientific terms, time has been unalterably linked to the sun. We measure time as year, month, day, hour, minute, and second.

Big Bang is the best description for cosmic science, it started making stars and galaxies, starting as a super-hot, small and dense no-star atom form or structure. Then around 13.8 billion years ago, the area grew rapidly. This initiated the formation of atoms, which eventually led to the formation of stars and galaxies.

Although the expansion of the universe gradually slowed down as the matter in the universe pulled on itself via gravity, about 5 or 6 billion years after the Big Bang, according to NASA, a mysterious force now called dark energy began speeding up the expansion of the universe again, a phenomenon that continues today. And a little after 9 billion years after the Big Bang, our solar system was born.

There is a saying, “Everything that has a beginning has to end.” The time of the universe is very long compared to human life. So it is not surprising that until recently the universe was thought to be static and unchanged at the time when it changed little by little. So I think the world is going to go away. So I agree that time has a beginning and an end.