I posted this in the Genesis Reasoning, but it is also relevant here.
Genesis says that Light was created before the Sun. I was previously going to suggest the possibility that the Light was everywhere before the Sun was created and that Light was the source of Life for the Earth. I wanted to see if there was any information that would support that possibility, but didn't get around to doing it, and then the other day, I was looking at the current news and came across an article that would support that possibility.
I Iverstand that the story of Creation in Genesis isn't necessarily true, but as I said before, it is interesting how many parallels it has with what scientists say about Creation.
I and I must not just blindly accept the theories of today. Sometimes people make it sound like certain views are facts, but often if they are not directly theoretical, the root of them is based on theories. To say the earth and/or the universe always existed or that it had a beginning has no basis on truth or knowledge. The real truth is that people don't know either way. People had theories in ancient times and people have theories in present times about all kinds of things. The people who stubbornly hold on to theories of present times are no better than people who stubbornly hold on to theories from ancient times. Just as people who reject theories of ancient times are no better than people who reject theories of present times. Just because a theory is newer doesn't mean it must be truer, it may or may not be, or it may be just as untrue as the old theory. Some things people claim today are based on knowledge and evidence, but not everything.
Here is the article I mentioned related to light before the Sun.
Harvard astrophysicist Abraham Loeb has claimed that humans may be the last to evolve in universe.
Loeb told Space.com that when the universe was 15 million years old, the temperature of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) was like that of a warm summer day on Earth.
He said that if rocky planets existed at that epoch, then the CMB may have kept their surface warm even if they did not reside in the habitable zone around their parent star, CNET reported.
Loeb said that there might have been huge stars exploding and emitting the heavy elements.
He asserted that any planets that may have resulted from these explosions would have enjoyed the warmth of cosmic microwave background radiation. Therefore, water may have been present and life forms may have existed.
He suggests that planets with atmospheric bio-signatures around low-metallicity stars in the Milky Way galaxy or its dwarf galaxy satellites may once have been analogous to the very earliest of planets.