On the origin of water
Genesis 1:2-9: While the earth still was formless and empty, God’s spirit was already hovering over the waters. On the second day He seperated the waters under the expanse from the water above it, and made the water under the expanse gather in seas. So there is no such thing as water that originated from extraterrestrial comets and the gaseous emissions of vulcanoes.
The vegetation feds on the air
Genesis 1:11-18: On the second day God let the land produce vegetation: seed-bearing plants and trees, while on the third day He made two great lights – the Sun and the Moon, and set them in the expanse of the sky to give light on the earth. How did we ever come up with the idea that there is a proces called photosynthesis, for which the Sun is essential?
The birds suddenly were there
Genesis 1:20-24: On the fourth day God let the water teem with living creatures, and let birds fly above the earth across the expanse of the sky. It was just on the fifth day that God made the wild animals according to their kinds, including the amphibiens and the reptiles. Who did ever invent the idea that birds evolved from the land-dwelling creatures called reptiles?
And He saw it was good.
I have come to understand why we cannot agree on the origin of earth and life. If God saw it was good, then he must be blind. He never should have created the humans. Because one day, no matter we evolved from the Homo lineage or were made by God, we have killed every plant, every animal and clouded the Sun and the Moon and all the other planets and stars. If there was a God, he would have foreseen how the humans would adjust. Perhaps He is a cruel God, or perhaps he has a split personality: the one moment He is the care-taking, forgiving Spirit who reigns the world, the other moment he is the destroying Lord of Evil, whispering bad words in your ear and reigning the world.