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Genesis 2:1-3 says that the creation was followed by rest. Yet - as far as(translation according to chabad.org):

  1. Now the heavens and the earth were completed and all their host.
  2. And God completed on the seventh day His work that He did, and He abstained on the seventh day from all His work that He did.
  3. And God blessed the seventh day and He hallowed it, for thereon He abstained from all His work that God created to do.

As we know -, that rest didn't cause itthe creation to disappear.

This seems to suggest So we can infer that the existence of the creation doesn't require active input from the creator. 

Meaning that the universe is self-sustaining, either it was created this way, or an automatic system was also created to keep it up.

Genesis 2:1-3 says that the creation was followed by rest. Yet - as far as we know - that rest didn't cause it to disappear.

This seems to suggest that the existence of the creation doesn't require active input from the creator. Meaning that the universe is self-sustaining, either it was created this way, or an automatic system was also created to keep it up.

Genesis 2:1-3 says that the creation was followed by rest (translation according to chabad.org):

  1. Now the heavens and the earth were completed and all their host.
  2. And God completed on the seventh day His work that He did, and He abstained on the seventh day from all His work that He did.
  3. And God blessed the seventh day and He hallowed it, for thereon He abstained from all His work that God created to do.

As we know, that rest didn't cause the creation to disappear. So we can infer that the existence of the creation doesn't require active input from the creator. 

Meaning that the universe is self-sustaining, either it was created this way, or an automatic system was also created to keep it up.

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Genesis 2:1-3 says that the creation was followed by rest. Yet - as far as we know - that rest didn't cause it to disappear.

This seems to suggest that the existence of the creation doesn't require active input from the creator. Meaning that the universe is self-sustaining, either it was created this way, or an automatic system was also created to keep it up.