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Here is another Biblical logic: God worked first on His and His son’s dwelling place.The abode of God is not our earth but “His earth,” one of His “works of old”. Soriano supports his theory by using Proverbs : “Rejoicing in the habitable part of his earth; and my delights were with the sons of men.” It seems that Eli Soriano believe that there are two kinds of earth.Eli Soriano is correct when he said that the angels were created first before men (Job 38:4-7).The problem occurred when he argued that “Moses in his inspired writing did not elaborate on how the “heavens” were created and were filled with inhabitants but something is sure: the heavens were not made in a 24-hour day period.” This is problematic because in the latter part of his article he criticized both the Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Seventh-day Adventist as “misinformed” due to their belief “that the earth and the entire universe are just a little over 6,000 years old, created within seven 24-hour day period.” I believe that it is Eli Soriano who is misinformed when he used the views of these two denominations.Soriano only made the difference on its priority in creation but not its nature.
Rather than vast periods of metamorphosis, His powerful word was responsible for Creation. Perhaps He took delight in the unfolding of our planet in those six days.” It is very clear that from the Adventist point of view, the 6,000-year period is not referring to the duration of the creation week, but rather it is referring to the 6,000 years of human history since the creation of the world. In his article he describes the “heavens” in Genesis 1:1 as a place where angels live, and that God, together with His Son, seems not included.
First, the question before us now is this: “Before God created His earthly dwelling place, where did He live?
Does it imply God was homeless before He made ‘His earth’?
In the Bible, heaven is considered much higher than earth not only on its level but also in wisdom.
“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the LORD.