Friday, July 24, 2009

Outgrowing fairytales: UR DOIN IT WRONG



Challenged about the physics of Creation, SuperSpoofFlubber just continues to fail.

TheEarthFirst:
SuperLieLover -
Read the first chaper of genesis. God creates the light and darkness , calls it day and night. Only something is missing. The sun! How is there day and night without a sun? When he does create the sun and the Moon days later , it says he created two lights to rule over the night and day. The sun doesnt rule over light it makes the light. The Moon isnt a light. It meerly reflect the sun's light. The next chapter tells a different account of the creation. Which is it?



SuperTruthLover:
Eathy,
Read Genesis chapter one and two to get the complete story. You really need a bit of intelligance to understand the meaning of certain bible passages. The bible is spiritual and God helps believers make sense what God wants to impart to his children. You books in the bible are for the children of God
Coffee is for closers
You do know the the moon and the sun were put in place by God and He can do what ever He likes

Furthermore, if people want to claim that the Bible is myth, then let them prove it. They would be hard-pressed to establish that the Bible and the stories in it are nothing more than fabrications. When it comes time for the critics to back up his claim that the Bible is nothing but myth, they often crumble in their arguments since they have no truth in their statements.



Me:
"if people want to claim that the Bible is myth, then let them prove it."

The claim that a book written by a person is the word of a god that divinely revealed itself only to them, but we all have to believe it or else, actually puts the burden of proof on YOU, but that's okay... I'll prove it right now. The definition of myth:

Myth - n. a traditional or legendary story, usually concerning some being or hero or event, with or without a determinable basis of fact or a natural explanation, esp. one that is concerned with deities or demigods and explains some practice, rite, or phenomenon of nature.

With or without basis of fact. I argue there's none, you argue there is, either way... you lose. It's myth. End of debate. I win.