Thursday, January 27, 2011 12:38:07 AM
I don't know why people take comedy acts as theologically sound arguments. I mean, seriously, anyone can take a bible verse and sprinkle it with sarcasm. But then people try to take that to an actual anti-religious debate like it`s some sort of credible source.
Sunday, December 19, 2010 10:52:24 PM
"Angillion I'm not convinced of your ark-making skills. Your arguments really only apply to boats designed for travel." Me-effing dammit!!! You people are going in the wrong direction. You are worried about the size of a boat. "How many species would there be in an area the size a family would feel safe traveling and gathering?"
More unbelievable is: "Why/how could an entire world flood in 41 days?" If you think into how large someone of the bronze age thought the world was, knowing that people rarely traveled more than 20 miles from the spot on which they were born, kinda shrinks the scale of the probable event that the story is probably based.
Dude A: "I`ll tell you the story of the cracked-pot who built a boat on a hill at just the right time to survive a tidal wave." Dude B: "A tidal wave? Not dramatic enough..."
Sunday, December 19, 2010 10:39:40 PM
"Your sad obsession with "mostly wood" verses wooden built boats is an effort at misdirection." I take it your college engineering class never had the concrete boat discussion and experiments...
"...don't believe the whole truth of the stories presented in the Bible...." "If any part of a man`s testimony is found to be untrue, the whole of his testimony is to be discarded." So: "In the beginning..." On which day, the sixth or the seventh, did he rest? If you know the answer, look to see if this was ever changed.