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If you were on a planet that takes 1,000 earth years to make a single orbit, then your "year" is 1,000 earth years. If you were to look at the earth and claim it was 5,000 'years' old, then we would measure it at 5 million years. If your planet takes a million years to make a single trip around its sun, then the earth is 5,000 years old. Let's suppose that you were a being that measured 'years' in the time it takes your GALAXY to make a single revolution (a 'galactic year'). In the case of the Milky Way, it takes about 250 million years to make one revolution. If God bides His time in galactic years, and He measures our earth at 5,000 years old, then the earth (and the universe), are MUCH older than science has ever dared presume!
RJBJr Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 11:00 AM
No. You are just playing with semantics. There is a real difference in time measurements. Take a ride on an Apollo rocket around the moon. Time how long it takes. Then compare your reading with the time measured at Houston control. Your times will not match. BUT BOTH TIMES ARE CORRECT! The fact that the rocket is moving, creates the difference in the elapsed times.

Same thing holds with the difference between Gods 6 days and our 15b years. BOTH TIMES ARE CORRECT. No need to play word games.