In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. 2. And the earth was without form... (Genesis Chapter 1 (KJV))
Seems to me it says He created "the earth" (the particles which compose the mass of the globe) and not "the Earth" (the globe). And if the particles which compose the mass of the globe (the earth) was "without form", I don't see how the yet to exist globe (the Earth) could have been rotating.
It was on the third day that (I'm skipping some parts) "God called the dry land Earth" (the globe).
OK, then how could there have been an evening and a morning on Day 1? Isn’t the obvious conclusion that the earth, which was “formed out of water and by water” was rotating in God-created light?