I know its a huge subject, but what or where do you all think it gets to or goes to then?
How can it be infinite?????????
The space within our Universe may be, current calculations based on our limited understanding & knowledge make it 46.5 billion light years in raduis ( not 14.7 billion as per the age & light speed due to space stretching as per 2 points on the surface of an inflating balloon).
However this is only seeing it in a 4D form! Also add the concept of hyperspace, multiverses & infinity is back big time!
I do advise you to Google "infinite space" & visit New Scientist for an accessible further understanding.
As by above respond,univers can be approximatly calculated (it's almost infinite),but it can't remain in constant size as it is expanding the way out,
According to the study of univers history the univers is expanding much faster then it was in past & can be even much vaster in future.It was concluded by some process like dark energy,etc.
Not only does it continue infinitely but have you every heard the expression " we are each the center of our Universe"? Well it's true. Going away from each of is is infinity but also the opposite direction continues on infinitely. When you take an object, say an apple and cut it in half, then cut one of the halves in half and continue doing that you will go on forever. Of course eventually you will get to point that our abilities to see matter that small will be reached but you can bet that however small or microscopic the piece is it can still be, theoretically, cut in half again. There is no end to it. Thus between going out into space forever or going the opposite direction forever we are each at the middle of infinity. Makes us pretty cool ( ya think?).
That the physical heavens are permanent is shown by the fact that they are used in similes relating to things that are everlasting, such as the peaceful, righteous results of the Davidic kingdom inherited by God’s Son. (Ps 72:5-7; Lu 1:32, 33) Thus, texts such as Psalm 102:25, 26 that speak of the heavens as ‘perishing’ and as ‘being replaced like a worn-out garment’ are not to be understood in a literal sense.
At Luke 21:33, Jesus says that “heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will by no means pass away.” Other scriptures show that “heaven and earth” will endure forever. (Ge 9:16; Ps 104:5; Ec 1:4) So the “heaven and earth” here may well be symbolic, as are the “former heaven and the former earth” at Revelation 21:1; compare Matthew 24:35.
Psalm 102:25-27 stresses God’s eternity and imperishability, whereas his physical creation of heavens and earth is perishable, that is, it could be destroyed—if such were God’s purpose. Unlike God’s eternal existence, the permanence of any part of his physical creation is not independent. As seen in the earth, the physical creation must undergo a continual renewing process if it is to endure or retain its existing form. That the physical heavens are dependent on God’s will and sustaining power is indicated at Psalm 148, where, after referring to sun, moon, and stars, along with other parts of God’s creation, verse 6 states that God “keeps them standing forever, to time indefinite. A regulation he has given, and it will not pass away.”
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