The third clue that helps us to deduce the creation of gravity comes from a verse in Proverbs 8. It's part of a passage which runs from verse 22-31 and is a synopsis of the account of creation.
The second clue to deducing the creation of gravity is from Genesis 1:6-8. Now for the first time creation has an orientation. This theme continues throughout scripture. Under and above are synonyms for up and down.
We use the change from formless to formed, the appearance of the orientation under and above, and the analogy of a drawing compass having a focus and circumference to deduce that gravity was created on the second day.
In the beginning the deep was formless. The subsequent account of creation shows how form and function go through several rounds of increasing order and complexity. The first was to take on the form of a sphere.
Something really odd happened during the development of what we call mainstream theology. Somewhere along the line the words formless and void, have been taken to mean that there was nothing.
Gravity is fundamental to the working out of God's plan for creation. So how on Earth did we manage to deduce that gravity was created on the second day? There are three parts to this logic:
Gravity is fundamental to the working out of God's plan for creation. So how on earth did we manage to deduce that gravity was created on the 2nd day? There are three steps to this logic.