When there were no depths I was brought forth, when there were no springs abounding with water.(Proverbs 8:24) ESV
We’ve resolved what popular science (SciPop) calls “the Big Bang” with nucleosynthesis as described in Genesis 1:3. However, it would seem that before the Big Bang there was a Loud Howl.
The key here is the phrase from the passage above I was brought forth. The Hebrew translated as “brought forth” means childbirth, specifically, when God the Son was begotten. We can take the analogy further by showing that this includes howling in pain. The way that the Hebrews pronounce ch the c is silent and it’s more of a a guttural huh sound. This would sound like howl.
We all have the same evidence. Our choice of paradigm determines what we think it’s evidence of.– Matty’s Razor
Brought forth: חוֹלָ֑לְתִּי – cholalti
- to whirl, dance, writhe
- twist, writhe:
- in pain, especially childbirth; writhe in travail with, bear, bring forth (poetry), of Sarah, mother of Israel,
- figurative, be in severe pain, or anguish (mostly in poetry and elevated prose),
Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever you had formed the earth and the world, from everlasting to everlasting you are God.(Psalms 90:2) ESV
It occurs again translated the same way and expressing the same concept in Psalms 90.
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