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Noah's Ark & Creation

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Date: Wednesday - March 2, 2005
Host: George Noory
Guests: Brooks Agnew

Physicist Brooks Agnew discussed Noah's Ark and the age and origin of the Earth. He believes the Earth is both 7,000 years old and 4.5 billion years old. To account for this seeming contradiction, Agnew's creation theory proposes there are two Earths: one temporal (physical), the other spiritual. "Those two Earths were brought together to make this living, vibrating planet upon which we live," he said.

According to Agnew, the Genesis account describes the creation of two "water planets" separated by heaven. One of the planets, the spiritual one upon which Noah resided, was moved like an Ark across the "cosmic sea" to our solar system through a black hole. Agnew speculates that black holes were created for the purpose of traveling from one point in the universe to another.

Agnew suggested the two Earths came together in a "union of the polarity" so that God's children could reach their full potential. He also talked about the Nephilim, a race of giant "off-worlders" with six fingers, six toes, and multiple rows of teeth. He believes they corrupted the morals of Earth's early inhabitants, in an effort to make the planet unsuitable for the birth of the Son of God.

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