Originally posted by trev33
i have and you really should jump to conclusions without knowing anything about the subject. that makes you look stupid.
now i want to pose i question to you, have you actually read the bible? i mean really read it? a lot of contradiction, no?
even basics, 7 days, two of each animal survive a flood, the separation of water to allow someone to pass. et ...[text shortened]... cts are right in front of you.
i could go on but it will be a waste of time without a doubt.
what exactly is it that i do not know? whether you have studied the bible or not? what am i telepathic? whether i am stupid or not is entirely inconsequential, for i am human and make many mistakes and easily admit them, perhaps you are infallible, who can tell?
your statement 'even basics, 7 days, two of each animal survive a flood, the separation of water to allow someone to pass. etc, etc.'
this statement here really betrays your ignorance, for you have no concept of how the term days is used in scripture, for it was not a literal period of 24 hours, how do we know this, for the apostle Paul states that God was still resting on the seventh 'day', thousands of years later and secondly the term 'day', can refer to an unspecified period of time, for example, 'in my fathers day', does this refer to a literal twenty four hour period, no, well then, what are you trying to infer.
secondly Noah was commanded in some instances to take more than two of each animal, there was specifics for clean and unclean if my memory serves me correctly, and whether the Israelite passed through the red see, i have no reason to doubt, nor any of the other miracles, for there are many phenomena which behave in strange ways when subjected to strange circumstances. you should ask Fabian what happens to lead, which is not an ideal electrical conductor, when immersed in liquid helium and cooled to a temperature of -456 degrees Fahrenheit, or ask him about the Moses effect, of electromagnetism and water.
it is well established that scientific findings simply provide the basis for the formulation of theories or in the case of evolution, a hypothesis, even the most ardent evolutionist will not deny this, therefore to call it factual is a grave error, for to be perfectly honest with you, its nothing of the sort, all that the most convinced can state, is that to them, it seems plausible.
now that i have finished dispensing with your ignorance, next time you make a ludicrous statement with such force, perhaps you will do us the favour of actually researching what it is you are seething against, for to be sure, in terms of biblical understanding, you would be hard pushed to tell the difference between your bum and your elbow 🙂