Anyway not that it matters because we don’t know everything, because everything hasn’t been made known to us. Some people drive cars, but don’t know diddly squat how they work, doesn’t mean they don’t. :shrug:
The reason I asked this question is because it is used on atheists web-sites and anti-God websites as a stick to beat believers with.
Had to remind them that the " Light " was around on the first day, what this light was I don’t know, because they say the sun wasn’t made until the fourth day.
Haydock Bible Commentary below
**Ver. 3. Light. The sun was made on the fourth day, and placed in the firmament to distinguish the seasons, &c.; but the particles of fire were created on the first day, and by their, or the earth’s motion, served to discriminate day from the preceding night, or darkness, which was upon the face of the deep. (Haydock) — Perhaps this body of light might resemble the bright cloud which accompanied the Israelites, Exodus xiv. 19, or the three first days might have a kind of imperfect sun, or be like one of our cloudy days. Nothing can be defined with certainty respecting the nature of this primeval light. (Calmet)
Ver. 4. Good; beautiful and convenient: — he divided light by giving it qualities incompatible with darkness, which is not any thing substantial, and therefore Moses does not say it was created. (Calmet) — While our hemisphere enjoys the day, the other half of the world is involved in darkness. St. Augustine supposes the fall and punishment of the apostate angels are here insinuated. (L. imp. de Gen.) (Haydock)**
Also anybody with the brain the size of a peanut could come to the conclusion that the universe is too complex to be created by chance, from the tiniest micro-organism to the gigantic. If we even look at the human body it is so complex I don’t think man will ever understand it, take one, the human eye, it is so complex & brilliant, only God could have made it.