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Message 211 of 657 (602458)
01-28-2011 1:22 PM

No need for evidence, its written in the Bible!
I wonder why some Bible believer keep looking for "pretty good evidence" of the exodus and Noah's flood. Why don't they just say 'God wipe out the evidences to test our faith, and those who believe the word of God in spite of the absence of evidence are the True Believers". These True Believers may be the few who would enter the kingdom of God.

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Message 320 of 657 (602996)
02-02-2011 6:06 AM
Reply to: Message 315 by Buzsaw
02-01-2011 10:43 PM

Re: Bump for Buz
Buzsaw writes:

Where have you been in this thread. The name of the scientist, Lennart Moller of Sweden is all over the thread and there is some of his photography as well. Google Exodus Video and you should get some excerpts of the video. There are other videos at Ron Wyatt's home site as well. Some of them have been embellished as I understand. Others have not.

If you don't find what you're looking for, get back to me and I'll see what I can do for you.

I am a christian but with so many false claims coming from the christian circles I think I have become a skeptical christian. Here also I googled and checked who Ron Wyatt was and got this:

Wikipedia writes:

Ronald Eldon Wyatt (1933 – August 4, 1999) was an adventurer and former nurse anaesthetist noted for advocating the Durupınar site as the site of Noah's Ark, among other Bible-related pseudoarchaeology.

His claims were dismissed by scientists, historians, biblical scholars, and even by leaders in his own Seventh-day Adventist Church, but his work continues to have a following among some fundamentalists and evangelicals.

So, I simply decided not to take him or any one supporting his claim seriously. If there is Corroborating independent research findings which is reviewed and largely agreed upon by the scientific community, then I have no reason to reject.

Edited by Aurora, : No reason given.

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