The reason God created the earth was so that He could make man in His own image, Give us a beautiful place to live - as the earth was perfect then, And have fellowship with us just as He did with Adam when He would walk in the cool of the evening with Adam.
Unfortunately MAN has polluted the earth and used it badly and not cared for it in the way God commanded Adam to do so, Therefore we have ruined it and that's why eventually, Jesus will have to come back for a second time to sort things out.
Unfortunately, When He does return for His second coming, Jesus will be coming in flaming fire, Taking vengeance on those who do not know God and on those who do not OBEY the gospel of our Lod Jesus Christ, And these shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord and from the glory of His power etc (2 Thessalonians 1: 8 & 9)
Don't even try to say that God didn't create the planet. Do you realize how ridiculous that sounds? Galaxies creating ITSELF over the course of billions of years. It's like saying a computer isn't manmade, It created itself over hundreds of years. Nothing can create itself, It has to be created by something else
Well we don't actually know why he did it only the fact that he did it so all we can do about it is believe in him that he knows what he is doing I mean even the Bible tells us only how he created everything and not why so. . .
God did not create the earth at all. There is no god. Because there is not god, And god didn't create the world at all that means there is no reason WHY god created the earth. There is only a reason why god created the earth if he actually did create the earth the answer is no.
Your pre-determined peduoscientific unevidenced unvindicated position is not a substitutional conclusion for what we can evidently prove to be true about the origin of this planet that we live on.
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From Wise geek- The material surrounding a new star orbits around it, Eventually settling into an accretion disc. Out of this material, Planets can form in two ways. Excess hydrogen, Along with small amounts of other gases, Can condense into gas-giant planets, Like Jupiter and Saturn. The quantities of gas involved are not enough for the gravity to cause nuclear fusion, So they remain planets rather than stars. The other, Much slower, Way is for dust particles to clump together, Forming larger masses that collide with one another and stick together until asteroids and planets form.
Rocky planets like the Earth could not have formed as part of the first wave of star formation as there was no suitable material available. At this point, There was just hydrogen and helium, Both gases, And a trace of lithium, A very lightweight metal. The heavier elements required to form rock were created within stars by nuclear fusion. This process, However, Can only create the elements up to and including iron. There are many elements that are heavier than iron present on the Earth and some of them are essential to human life.