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    11 Mar '06 03:09
    Even if Noah's Ark is confirmed on Mt. Ararat, it still will not be proof enough.
  2. Standard membertelerion
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    11 Mar '06 03:17
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    Even if Noah's Ark is confirmed on Mt. Ararat, it still will not be proof enough.
    (playing the tiniest violin in the world :'( )
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    11 Mar '06 03:18
    Originally posted by telerion
    (playing the tiniest violin in the world :'( )
    (with the tiniest hands in the world)
  4. Standard membercaissad4
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    11 Mar '06 07:52
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    Even if Noah's Ark is confirmed on Mt. Ararat, it still will not be proof enough.
    Considering that Noah is a myth which was rewritten from a Babylonian fable dating over 1000 years before the Hebrews claimed it happened.

    If you founf the hammer of Thor that would not be enough either.
  5. Subscriberno1marauder
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    11 Mar '06 09:001 edit
    Originally posted by caissad4
    Considering that Noah is a myth which was rewritten from a Babylonian fable dating over 1000 years before the Hebrews claimed it happened.

    If you founf the hammer of Thor that would not be enough either.
    It would be a pretty cool trinket to put on your mantelpiece, though (Mjööllnir, not the Ark).
  6. Donationrwingett
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    11 Mar '06 11:46
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    It would be a pretty cool trinket to put on your mantelpiece, though (Mjööllnir, not the Ark).
    You couldn't lift it up there. Only Thor can lift it.
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    11 Mar '06 11:52
    Originally posted by rwingett
    You couldn't lift it up there. Only Thor can lift it.
    No, the frost giant Thrym could also lift Thor's hammer.
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    11 Mar '06 12:12
    Originally posted by caissad4
    Considering that Noah is a myth which was rewritten from a Babylonian fable dating over 1000 years before the Hebrews claimed it happened.

    If you founf the hammer of Thor that would not be enough either.
    I see. So, because (as you claim) the Babylonian myth was told prior to Moses' account, this invalidates the veracity of the event? And, if the material in view is found to be the remnants of an ark, we should take a more serious look at Gilgamesh, Popol Vuh, or Nez Pierce teachings?
    I will revise my assertion:
    Even if the material currently in view is found to match every description possible found in the Bible, it still won't be enough.
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    13 Mar '06 19:33
    I agree, if only because there isn't enough info in the Bible to verify anything.

    Actually, I prefer the Greek account of the Flood, for there, after Zeus got mad at the corruption of man and flooded the world, an explanation is given as to the repopulation of the world other than repeated incest.
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    14 Mar '06 03:40
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    I see. So, because (as you claim) the Babylonian myth was told prior to Moses' account, this invalidates the veracity of the event? And, if the material in view is found to be the remnants of an ark, we should take a more serious look at Gilgamesh, Popol Vuh, or Nez Pierce teachings?
    I will revise my assertion:
    Even if the material currently in view is found to match every description possible found in the Bible, it still won't be enough.
    This would seem to me to be self evident, so what's your point?
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    14 Mar '06 06:41
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    Even if Noah's Ark is confirmed on Mt. Ararat, it still will not be proof enough.
    If you accept the story of noahs ark does that mean that you accept evolution from that point forward ? Otherwise how else would the immense variety of life on this planet exist? Did it all evolve from what was carried on the ark?
  12. Standard memberDavid C
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    14 Mar '06 07:07
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    Even if Noah's Ark is confirmed on Mt. Ararat, it still will not be proof enough.
    Proof enough of what? Utnapishtim's historical existence? No, although it's a start.
  13. Standard memberBosse de Nage
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    14 Mar '06 07:12
    Originally posted by David C
    Proof enough of what? Utnapishtim's historical existence? No, although it's a start.
    Hello David. Guess we'll have to wait until the Ark is discovered to find out whether it won't be enough and for what. Personally I think Freaky's was a bit depressed when he posted; his prediction an ontological moan. Something like Tibetan thigh-bone music (Telerion's violin makes for a nice World Music mix).
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    14 Mar '06 10:46
    so how are they going to prove this??? if they find a piece of timber on top its like finding a chunck of wood at calvary!! no faith in what you belive is the truth im a christian so altho there is mention of certain events that are in the bible documented by others its the teachinig of how to live by gods law that counts
  15. Standard memberDavid C
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    14 Mar '06 11:09
    Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
    Hello David. Guess we'll have to wait until the Ark is discovered to find out whether it won't be enough and for what. Personally I think Freaky's was a bit depressed when he posted; his prediction an ontological moan. Something like Tibetan thigh-bone music (Telerion's violin makes for a nice World Music mix).
    Indeed, Bosse. Perhaps Freaky could take comfort in the knowledge that even Ron Wyatt was unable to convince those secular liberal atheist bastards of the truth of his Mt. Ararat discoveres. Why, they've even managed to seditiously corrupt that bastion of Young Earth Creationists everywhere, AIG:

    http://www.answersingenesis.org/creation/v14/i4/report.asp
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