Yes. Genesis 2:7 "and Jehovah God went on to form the man out of dust". (God created man from dust.)
Genesis 2:19 "Now Jehovah God had been forming from the ground every wild animal of the field" (God created animals from ground)
However, in Genesis 1:1 "in the begining" God created the heavens & earth. (Here it didnt mention any preexistent materials used to built heavens & earth. So what did he used?)
Isaiah 40:26 "Because of his vast dynamic energy and his awe-inspiring power" God used energy/power to create heavens & earth (mass)
So Yes, Jehovah God can create mass from energy. NB: Scriptures are from the New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures
Not to pick on religion; I'm just taking this as an example of an answer that is utterly unrelated to the topic of the Q&A site it's posted on, and yet doesn't really meet the criteria for any of the standard flags.
- It does straightforwardly answer the question and thus isn't suitable for a not-an-answer flag.
- It is perfectly legible and coherent, thus doesn't fit the criteria for a low-quality flag.
- It's not advertising or promoting anything, so isn't spam
- It isn't rude and doesn't offend anyone
How should this answer be dealt with?
From the perspective of a non-mod: use a custom flag? Or should one of the standard flags be appropriate?
From the perspective of a mod: should be be deleted?
Yes, one might argue I should ask this on Physics Meta, but we're in the middle of reviewing our flag usage guidelines and I would like to get insight on how people on other sites would go about it.