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In the Bible Time begins with the story of creation in the Book of Genesis. God, a spirit, creates the world over the course of six days. Theoretically the first day of the creation is the very beginning of all times. On the sixth day God created the humankind by placing two people on earth, Adam and Eve to live in the Garden of Eden. After eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, tricked by the serpent, they were filled with shame and remorse, cursed by God and sent out into the world, resulting in the human generations growth.

Ten generations later, as humankind became more evil, and God destroys the humankind through the Flood, except Noah and his family.

Many generations after Noah, humans  become corrupt again.

 The central purpose of the chapters in the Genesis is to construct a detailed explanation of the origins of the world, the Beginning of the Time. It tells us how evil and separate nations entered the world( Tower of Babel), about the  origins of the sin, and why women had to obey to the authority of the man.

As we look into the Book of Revelation, the final book of the New Testament, it can be interpreted in different ways and many people believe that it can reveal secrets of history and the end of the world. It is filled with fantastic symbolism and mystical references.

The name of the book comes from The Revelation of Jesus Christ, and was written by Apostle John, as his vision of the future. The seven letters of Jesus to seven churches in Asia Minor, expose a particular sin that was going on in the churches at that time but applies to all churches throughout the history.

The major part of the Book is the Tribulation(CH 6-19) where the church was taken away from the Earth to be with God in Heaven. The people left behind were given a second chance to follow God but in a much sinful world without the church. The Great Tribulation tells  us about all about the Plagues, followed by the Armageddon, when Jesus and his believers will destroy Satan and his armies. The Millennium Kingdom is Jesus Christ’s second coming to Earth for when he sets up and actual kingdom to rule and reign with all the Christian believers for 1000 years. The Judgments will throw the devil into a bottomless lake of fire, and also the non-believers will have to stand before God and be judged for they deeds and sins, having to spend an eternity away from God.

The New Heaven and New Earth will be created by God in chapter 21-22, forming again the perfect environment what we had seen in the Genesis chapters 1-2, bringing the story to an end and a full circle, reestablishing the intended world  at Creation.

I agree with the title that time has a beginning and an end, but the end is also a new beginning, and a new beginning it is also an end. Following this thought I conclude that there is no real end or real beginning. Time will always flow forward to the infinite from the infinite, and cycles of life will be repeating one after another. Life or existence is not all about humans and our planet. The Universe is eternal just like Heaven. Even if life and or our planet will be destroyed one day, there still will be time, life or existence on some other parts of the universe.

Friend review by Angkana Wattanadumrong

I like how you summarized the Book of Genesis and the Book of Evolution. Maybe you can also write about the purpose of the Genesis and what does it tell us. Would you know where the name “Revelation” comes from? Probably you could elaborate a little bit more your opinion and conclusion at the end?

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In the Bible Time begins with the story of creation in the Book of Genesis. God, a spirit, creates the world over the course of six days. Theoretically the first day of the creation is the very beginning of all times. On the sixth day God created the humankind by placing two people on earth, Adam and Eve to live in the Garden of Eden. After eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, tricked by the serpent, they were filled with shame and remorse, cursed by God and sent out into the world, resulting in the human generations growth.

Ten generations later, as humankind became more evil, and God destroys the humankind through the Flood, except Noah and his family.Many generations after Noah, humans  become corrupt again.

As we look into the Book of Revelation, the final book of the New Testament, it can be interpreted in different ways and many people believe that it can reveal secrets of history and the end of the world. It is filled with fantastic symbolism and mystical references.

The major part of the Book is the Tribulation(CH 6-19) where the church was taken away from the Earth to be with God in Heaven. The people left behind were given a second chance to follow God but in a much sinful world without the church. The Great Tribulation tells  us about all about the Plagues, followed by the Armageddon, when Jesus and his believers will destroy Satan and his armies.

The Millennium Kingdom is Jesus Christ’s second coming to Earth for when he sets up and actual kingdom to rule and reign with all the Christian believers for 1000 years. The Judgments will throw the devil into a bottomless lake of fire, and also the non-believers will have to stand before God and be judged for they deeds and sins, having to spend an eternity away from God.

The New Heaven and New Earth will be created by God in chapter 21-22, forming again the perfect environment what we had seen in the Genesis chapters 1-2, bringing the story to an end and a full circle, reestablishing the intended world  at Creation.

I agree with the title that time has a beginning and an end, but the end is also a new beginning, and a new beginning it is also an end.

Rough draft

In the Bible Time begins with the story of creation in the Book of Genesis. God, a spirit, creates the world over the course of six days. Theoretically the first day of the creation is the very beginning of all times. On the sixth day God created the humankind by placing two people on earth, Adam and Eve to live in the Garden of Eden. After eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, tricked by the serpent, they were filled with shame and remorse, cursed by God and sent out into the world, resulting in the human generations growth.

Ten generations later, as humankind became more evil, and God destroys the humankind through the Flood, except Noah and his family.

As we look into the Book of Revelation, the final book of the New Testament, it can be interpreted in different ways and many people believe that it can reveal secrets of history and the end of the world. The major part of the Book is the Tribulation(CH 6-19) where the church was taken away from the Earth to be with God in Heaven. The people left behind were given a second chance to follow God but in a much sinful world without the church.

The Millennium Kingdom is Jesus Christ’s second coming to Earth for when he sets up and actual kingdom to rule and reign with all the Christian believers for 1000 years. The Judgments will throw the devil into a bottomless lake of fire, and also the non-believers will have to stand before God and be judged for they deeds and sins, having to spend an eternity away from God.

The New Heaven and New Earth will be created by God in chapter 21-22, forming again the perfect environment what we had seen in the Genesis chapters 1-2, bringing the story to an end and a full circle, reestablishing the intended world  at Creation.