Evolutionists claim that the universe is billions of years old. The Bible claims it was created in 6 days. I have a theory that connects the two ideas together. If all matter began at a singularity, then that singularity must have had a gravity so great that it caused time to race by at a phenomenal speed (as it has now been proven that Einsteins theory that gravity affects time is correct - the more gravity, the faster time passes), thus making millions of years pass by in an inkling. The whole process of creation could have taken a few days as written in ancient text, because time is not constant. Both science and the Bible says this.
It is said in the book of Iasiah that God stretched the heavens out like a curtain. The same book also gave birth to the idea that the world is round - a notion that took another 2600 years for scientists to agree to. The big bang theory along with evolutionary theory were both stolen from the Bible. The big bang claims that everything came from nothing. So does Gen. Evolution claims life came from the sea, then there were birds, then dinosaurs, then modern animals. This is what Gen. says. Scientists dismiss the Bible because they reckon the earth and universe is older than what the Bible says it is. But the Bible also says that a thousand years on earth is like one day in heaven. The Bible gives many clues that time is not what we know it to be. If gravity can affect time, and if all the matter in the universe was at or near a single point, what do you think would happen to time considering the immensity of gravity in the early universe?
You have not stated why they do not agree. I have given evidence why they should. Please explain your argument against the idea that time could have moved faster in a infinitesimally greater gravitational situation.