How do you know this?(That God will destroy nonbelievers) And if this is true, doesn't this suggest a rather ridiculous God? First of all it will prove nothing to those that are destroyed, and those observing the destruction already believe anyway so what's the point?
I think that the Holy Spirit is convincing me against this one. (For you nonbelievers, that would be my conscience.) I agree with you, Holmes in that it would be ridiculous to present the evidence to intelligent people in the form of hypocritical Chritians and hypothetical "scientists" who say that there was a literal Flood.
Our topic is "What does life do outside of science"? Well, we laugh, we play, we muse at sunsets together and we join together helping people out of floods, hurricanes, and misery in general.
This message has been edited by Phatboy, 09-27-2005 06:29 AM
BB, I think that you are approaching this argument from an illogical stance. God never made Hell for people, you know. He only got mad at religious zealots...never the unchurched. Am I making sense to you so far? Besides, how this message got in this quest for science is a mystery to me....perhaps you know the answer?