Bible Clock iPhone App: An iPhone app based on The Genesis One Code
Bible Clock allows you to convert from the biblical timeline of the 6 days of creation, to the scientific timeline of billions of years. It also allows you to see what event related to the development of the universe or the appearance of life on earth occurred at a particular time.
Are both the Universe and Earth 6000 years old? Did the Universe expand into existence nearly 14 billion years ago from the “Big Bang”?
Both dates cannot be right – or can they? Bible Clock helps bridge the gap between these two views
- Enter a biblical time: creation day, hour, minute, second – press convert and obtain the scientific time – see top screen shot.
- Enter a scientific time: in either billion years ago (BYa), million years ago (MYa) or years ago (Ya) – press convert and obtain the corresponding biblical time.
- When you press Convert – the time is converted and icons on the lower half of the display enlarge. Those icons that enlarge represent events that occurred within 6 creation hours of the time entered.
- Touch any icon and the biblical and scientific times for the event represented by the icon appears and a text box opens describing the event – see bottom screen shot.
- Press Video and see 4.5 min introductory YouTube video.
- Press Book and go directly to iBooks where the eBook can be downloaded instantly.
The book explains how the times are converted and further describes major events in the development of the universe and the appearance of life on earth from a scientific and biblical perspective – including the events highlighted in icons of the App.
Next time you are at a museum, or in front of a beautiful rock formation or hear on the radio of a fossil discovery from 500 Million years ago – simply enter the scientific time and find the corresponding biblical time and explore what other events were going on around the same time. Next time you read Genesis and want to know when an event like “let there be light” occurred enter the approximate biblical time i.e. day 1 and see when the event occurred in scientific time and what else happened around that time.