The Five Elements of Existence

Did you know that scientists have reduced everything in the universe down to five categories? These five categories of existence were not chosen by scientists, only discovered by them. They describe everything that exists and that happens in our physical universe. The five categories are time, force, action, space, and matter. These five things contain the sum of all physical existence. Everything in creation can be identified under one of these five categories. What is interesting about these five categories which man has only recently discovered, is that they are all contained in the first verse of the Bible. "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth" (Gen. 1:1). Here are all five of those categories. "In the beginning" time itself is created. "God," the most powerful force of all, the only Cause capable of forming the effect we know as the creation. "Created," the first use of that force in action in our physical universe, causing to come into existence from nothing everything that is. "The heavens," that is space and all its contents. "And the earth," matter. So, here in the beginning of the Bible, written thousands of years before the birth of Christ, are listed for all time the five categories of existence, only recently discovered by man.