"And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters."
I always found this verse very interesting. What’s your interpretation?
Here you have mine:
People back then did not know as much as we do today about the universe. Their cosmology was reduced to our planet.
The earth had no form (today we know that it didn’t even exist!) back then. What about the waters? People tend to think water=sea.
So, we have nothing (the vacuum) and a sea. The vacuum is described as a “sea” of energy. My conclusion is that the Spirit of God moved upon the vacuum until the Big Bang happened.
Yeah, I know it may not be the best thing I’ve done up to now, but I tried my best. What do you think?