Try that again...I learned what the rotation of the Earth was in represented in elementary school in the early1960s.
Does not seem that way.And I am very familiar with scripture.
It seems that you ignore important words.Just like these newer versions is omitting scriptures, changing the meaning of scriptures, leaving out important words _ it cannot be said as an absolute that the Hebrew word yom stands for a literal 24-hour period in Genesis chpt 1
Gen 1:5 (AKJV/PCE)
(1:5) And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.
It's clearly talking about a normal day.
That is hilarious.You don't agree with the definitions of the Hebrew word yom fine.
That is ... AGAIN ... hilarious.You don't agree with Paul when he said a day to the Lord is as a thousand years and A thousand years is as one day = God is Not subjected to time in any manner fine.
You are the one that is faking it. "Evening and morning" are clearly and unambiguously talking about a normal earth day and NOT "a thousand years".