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The Gods Planet - Days (File)

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  1. This planetary week with its days named after pagan deities is not of God. God Almighty did create the week with seven days, but He merely numbered the days one through seven (Genesis —). The only day He named was the seventh day, calling it the "Sabbath" (Exodus ; ). The names of the months and their meanings are as follows.
  2. Ares, Hermes, Zeus, Aphrodite, and Cronus. The Greeks called the days of the week the Theon hemerai"days of the Gods". The Romans substituted their equivalent gods for the Greek gods, (The two pantheons are very similar.) roughly similar gods for the Roman gods.
  3. Jupiter was the King of the Gods in Roman mythology, making the name a good choice for what is by far the largest planet in our solar system. Saturn (Cronus) is the Roman god of agriculture. Uranus is the ancient Roman deity of the Heavens, the earliest supreme god. Neptune (Poseidon), was the Roman god .
  4. Mercury has the shortest and fastest orbit around the Sun and experiences dramatic temperature changes as it rotates. It is a world of extremes. Explore facts about our solar system's fastest planet. Mercury is slightly larger than our Moon - 15, kilometres around its equator. Its radius, the.
  5. Of Gods and Demigods 47 5. Countdown to Doomsday 63 6. Gone with the Wind 79 7. Destiny Had Fifty Names 97 8. In the Name of God 9. The Promised Land The Cross on the Horizon The Day of the Lord Darkness at Noon When the Gods Left Earth The End of Days Jerusalem: A Chalice, Vanished
  6. The Romans named their days of the week after the planets, which in turn were named after the Roman gods: dies Solis “the day of the sun (then considered a planet)” dies Lunae “the day of the moon” dies Martis, “the day of Mars” dies Mercurii, “the day of Mercury” dies Iovis, “the day of Jupiter” dies Veneris, “the day of Venus” dies Saturni, “the day of Saturn” When the Germanic-speaking peoples of western .
  7. On the fourth day of creation God created the sun, moon, and stars. Read it for yourself in Genesis God must have included the planets and galaxies as well. At the time Genesis 1 was written people probably knew nothing about planets, and they definitely did not know about galaxies. They would have thought all the tiny lights were stars.
  8. It is the brightest planet in the night sky and the only planet to be named after a female. Universe The earth spins around the sun at 66, miles/h (, km/h).

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