When God said, let light be, the sacrificial lamb was slain from the foundation of the world. That's why it went dark at the end of the first day, the second occurrence of darkness that we have to account for called night.
Good isn’t Perfect, Perfect isn’t Good
The prevailing belief among most people, whether they think it's true or not, is that God created a perfect world which became corrupted through human disobedience. We can see a statement like this in Genesis 1:31.
The Tree of Knowledge
Creation was corrupted before Adam and Eve sinned in the garden of Eden. It was created in a corrupted state in order to manifest free will. We can prove it using a process we call deductive questioning.
Gravity of the Soul
We've introduced gravity as the mechanism by which the creation will be purified and how light will be separated from darkness. Gravity was created on the second day. Matter, space and time existed before that.
Refuse Evil and Choose Good
Before a child knows how to refuse evil and choose good they would do either with no regard for the consequence. This doesn't make them innocent, it makes them vulnerable.
Angels That Sinned
The dispensation of conscience, the time immediately after the fall of man when Adam and Eve were banished from the garden of Eden, we've also deduced was the first purification of heaven.
Earth’s Form Fits its Function
The creation of gravity caused the majority of the darkness and corruption in the universe to accumulate at the center of creation. This became the body of the Earth. The majority of light and purity accumulated in heaven.
Sin and Corruption
Why was there a tree of knowledge of good and evil if God had created a perfect world? God didn't create a perfect world, he created a corrupted one. Now we can understand the difference between corruption and sin.
Our Corrupted World
We live in a world which is inherently corrupt, and we're not talking about money and finance, we're talking entropy and nuclear decay. It's as fundamental to our makeup as proton and neutrons.
Out of the Heart
Thoughts and intents proceed out of the heart, and we use these as two categories into which we separate the various characteristics of the heart that we find in scripture.