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Author Topic:   Creationist experiment to prove the possibility of Noah's ark
Minnemooseus
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Message 93 of 115 (613755)
04-27-2011 1:23 AM
Reply to: Message 61 by ZenMonkey
03-08-2010 2:12 PM


The "robot monkey" hypothesis isn't needed
Why need robot monkeys when you have an all powerful God as your assistant?

Since we're already dealing with a divinely created flood, with God getting and disposing of vast volumes of water from and to, literally, God only knows where...

Why not just have more miraculous assistance from God, to construct and keep the ark intact and afloat, and to tend to the needs of the arks contents?

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

Think of the power of "the divine pooper-scooper".

Moose


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Minnemooseus
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Message 96 of 115 (614049)
05-01-2011 12:23 AM
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04-27-2011 1:07 PM


Why not pile on as many miracles as needed?
And I say, if you're working the realm of a miraculous flood (that worldly evidence says never happened), why not pile on as many miracles as needed?

Although a miraculous shrinking down of all animals to mouse size or smaller might be asking too much, even of an all powerful God.

Moose


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