It’s time to scatter
a little space, time, and matter
I haven’t talked about this in a little while. And I love this topic. So, I wanna share a little tidbit about space, time, and matter. I know. Not a very deep subject. Right? Yeah, right. Just think about how much space there is “out there.” But how did it get there. And how much time did it take? And why does it even matter? [powerpress_player]
It’s a funny (not funny ha-ha…funny odd) question. Why do space, time, and matter…matter?
I coined a phrase several years ago, “If matter’s all there is, then nothing really matters.” And that’s because it should be self-evident that matter is most certainly NOT all there is. Case in point: how much matter is found in thoughts about matter?
In my favorite scientific book on the subject of our origin, “In The Beginning”, Dr. Walt Brown says it this way, “No scientific theory exists to explain the origin of space, time, or matter. Because each is intimately related to or even defined in terms of the others, a satisfactory explanation for the origin of one must also explain the origin of the others.”
And just in case, you’re one of those billions of people who’d rather leave God out of the equation, consider this. How much time does it take you to think up your theories? And how did time come into existence? Was it sitting someplace waiting for some matter to start taking up space. If so, where did the space come from? And how long was it there? Or is there any way to know how long, if time didn’t exist yet?
See what I mean?
To try to separate the three is an exercise in futility. Almost an insane endeavor.
Thankfully, you don’t have to trust in random circumstances with no guidance. You’re not forced to accept theories that have been shredded to pieces by actual evidence. But you CAN choose to do that. I recommend you don’t choose to do that. Because I’m confident, beyond a shadow of a doubt, you’ll regret that choice. Forever. And that’s a mighty long time. And so avoidable.
Why do space, time, and matter…matter?
Is it all just some idle chatter?
No, you’ll be in for certain hurtin’
If you don’t raise the blinding curtain.
You will see the Creator, later.
Put your trust in the Mediator.
© 2020 Tony Funderburk
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