ElShamah - Reason & Science: Defending ID and the Christian Worldview
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ElShamah - Reason & Science: Defending ID and the Christian Worldview

Otangelo Grasso: This is my library, where I collect information and present arguments developed by myself that lead, in my view, to the Christian faith, creationism, and Intelligent Design as the best explanation for the origin of the physical world.

# God will judge all our words

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#### Otangelo

If there have been approximately 70 billion people in total on Earth, since Adam and Eve, and each person spoke around 1.3 billion words in their lifetime, you can calculate the total number of words spoken by multiplying these two values:

Total words spoken = Total number of people * Words spoken per person
Total words spoken = 70 billion * 1.3 billion

Calculating this:

Total words spoken = 91 x 10^18 words

In standard notation, this is 91 quintillion words.

This hypothetical total represents the sum of words spoken by all individuals under the given assumptions. Keep in mind that this is a theoretical calculation and doesn't take into account variations in speech rates, differences in lifespans, and other real-world factors that affect how many words people actually speak.

Total number of stars in the universe = 10 x 10^24 stars

Even though both numbers are incredibly large, the total number of stars in the universe (10 septillion stars) is orders of magnitude larger than the total number of words spoken by all individuals.

In other words, the number of stars in the universe is around a million times greater than the number of words that would be spoken by everyone under the given assumptions.

The Bible says that God knows each star by name. And Jesus said that each of our words would be judged.

The idea that God knows each star by name speaks to the concept of God's infinite knowledge and awareness. This sentiment emphasizes that God is not just a distant creator but is actively engaged with every aspect of the universe, down to the minutest details. This notion is often used to illustrate the profound intimacy and connection that believers feel with their Creator.

The statement attributed to Jesus, suggesting that each word would be judged, underscores the notion of personal accountability and the moral implications of our actions and speech. In many religious traditions, words are considered powerful tools that can influence others, shape reality, and reveal the intentions of the heart. This teaching encourages individuals to be mindful of their speech, recognizing that their words have consequences both in this world and in the spiritual realm.

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