List of Similarities and Differences between Genesis 1 and 2 In both Genesis I and II God was the creator of heaven and earth. In Genesis 1:2 it refers to earth as a dark formless void. In Genesis 2: earth had neither plants nor any herbs. Genesis1:1 starts with the creation of “heavens and earth”. Genesis 2:4 God made the “earth and the heavens”.
“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep.”(65) This quote was from Genesis’s Creation and the Fall and it showed how Genesis had only one God. This was a major difference because Popol Vuh had like ten Gods. “Only Heart-Of-Sky, alone. And these are his names: Maker and Modler, Kukulkan, and Hurricane.”(79).
The earth was formless and void, and darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of GOD was moving over the surface of the waters. Sura 13:2 in the Qur’an states, “Allah is He Who raised the heavens without any pillars that ye can see is firmly established on the throne (of authority). He has subjected the sun and the moon (to his Law)! Each one runs (its course) for a term appointed. He doth regulate all affairs, explaining the signs in detail, which ye may believe with certainty in the meeting with your Lord”.
There’s a peer-reviewed article that contains many of these claims, but they also provide the origins and history on how people were even able to land on the moon. This article is called ‘’Apollo Moon Landing hoax accusations’’. What made people to make quick assumptions like that? Several medias reinforced the idea that we never actually landed on the moon. For example, the first book which was on this subject was made by Bill Kaysing who he himself published was called ‘’We never went to the Moon: America’s Thirty Billion Dollar Swindle’’.
Before Earth was made the gods lived in an identical realm and humans live in a world lacking of culture that is strikingly sub terrestrial. The realm consists of a primary god and the Sun whom is married to the Moon. Sun has one daughter, Wohpe (“Falling Star”). The Old Man and Old Woman have a daughter; Ite (“Face”) who is married to Wind. With Ite (“Face”), Wind has four sons known as the Four Winds.
The Egyptians believed that as the sun is constant and unchanging they believed that they have no free will or moral freedom. Adversely, the Jewish people don’t believe in determinism and free will is the initial premise and basis of Judaism. As it is stated, “The Jewish calendar is therefore focused on the moon, so that the renewal of the moon will act as a reminder of individual renewal through free will” (Becher, 2005, p.85). We have the ability to choose between right and wrong and good and bad. It is for this reason our calendar is based on the moon for as the
The First man was called Swayambhu Manu who was born from the kaya of Lord Brahma. With Manu being created, there´s also a feminine him created, Shatrupa the counterpart of Eve. We may think that the creation in the bible is similar to Hinduism except for the names, but there are some differences between the bible (Western) and Hindu in terms of creation. First, in the bible, God created Adam. In Hindu, Manu manifested on his own.
This is due to the fact that Muslims believe that we (Humanity) are in the progress of learning and that we will come to understand the truth one day. They would use the idea of the Geocentric and Heliocentric universe. The Geocentric theory was that everything in the solar system was orbiting the Earth and this was believed to be scientific truth among all of humankind. However, as time passed, we discovered that the universe is in fact a heliocentric mode meaning that everything in the solar system orbits the sun. Currently, scientists have found out that even the heliocentric model is not correct as their seems to be two centres to this solar system.
Now in this new religion, the idea of a single deity who was in control of all aspects of life was a very different and new phenomenon. The living sun god was responsible for life in much the same way we now know the sun supports life according to science. The sun provides the energy which is absorbed and converted by plant life and then moves on to all of life on the earth. From a scientific point of view, without the sun there would be no life and this is a very similar view to the worship of Aten who is worshiped as being the provider of all life on
All the Gods own the almighty power over human beings and other creatures on earth. For example, in Biblical myths, the Gods own powers to create human as well as to destroy them with flood. Same pattern can be detected in the Ovid’s creation and flood stories which stand for the Roman version: the almighty god created human and also almost eliminated them with a flood. Secondly, the desire trying to explain the existence of human beings and the whole world also is a common factor reflected in many creation myths. Human beings were curious about how the world is like and why the whole world is created and operated.