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Author Topic:   Creationist experiment to prove the possibility of Noah's ark
ringo
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Message 94 of 115 (613784)
04-27-2011 10:31 AM
Reply to: Message 93 by Minnemooseus
04-27-2011 1:23 AM


Re: The "robot monkey" hypothesis isn't needed
Minnemooseus writes:

What problems can't be overcome by the practical application of miracles?


I try to point out to floodists that God made Noah build his own ark - i.e. Noah was responsible for his own safety. "God did it," might be a convenient catch-all explanation, but that isn't the way the Bible tells it.


If you have nothing to say, you could have done so much more concisely. -- Dr Adequate

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Message 106 of 115 (670071)
08-08-2012 11:55 AM
Reply to: Message 99 by mram10
08-07-2012 7:34 PM


Re: The Biblical Flood never happened.
mram10 writes:

My point is this: people that posted in this thread, brought up numerous arguments that were contrary to the biblical account.


In fact, it's creationists who mangle the Biblical account in an attempt to make it fit reality. The whole idea of rapid microevolution seems to have been made up to avoid fitting all of the animals o the ark. The violence of the flood, the uplifting of the mountains and the "vapour canopy" nonsense are all unbiblical.

The proposed experiment would certainly be interesting, whether it "succeeded" or not. But the major obstacle is likely to be Christians' inability to agree on "what the Bible says".


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