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    www.upworthy.com/hilarious-noahs-ark-is-an-allegory-not-an-instruction-manual?c=bl3/
    caution: some rather colourful language

    He proper cracks me up, this guy.
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    27 Jul '12 15:311 edit
    it was pretty funny that sketch.

    that book though, freakin scary. horrible book to give to a child
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    27 Jul '12 18:44
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    it was pretty funny that sketch.

    that book though, freakin scary. horrible book to give to a child
    The book was apparently written by someone, who did not know the story well. However, it was also apparently written for entertainment for small children. So only a dumbass Brit would think it showed the actual event with the giraffe taking up a third of the ark. 😀
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    28 Jul '12 04:20
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    ..., it was also apparently written for entertainment for small children.
    I think it was written to indoctrinate small children rather than entertain. The bit about Jesus was particularly insidious.

    It was very funny.
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    28 Jul '12 10:56
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    I think it was written to indoctrinate small children rather than entertain. The bit about Jesus was particularly insidious.

    It was very funny.
    Do tell.
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    28 Jul '12 21:04
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    The book was apparently written by someone, who did not know the story well. However, it was also apparently written for entertainment for small children. So only a dumbass Brit would think it showed the actual event with the giraffe taking up a third of the ark. 😀
    so what kind of dumbass does it take to think the event actually happened as portrayed in the bible?
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    29 Jul '12 00:06
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    so what kind of dumbass does it take to think the event actually happened as portrayed in the bible?
    It takes a person, who is capable of honestly using reason and logic in evaluating the right portions of the information we know. Atheists consider the wrong portions of the information in a dishonest way. Honesty is a big key to true knowledge. It is much more logical to believe our material world, with the complex life forms in it, were created by an intelligent God from a supernatual spiritual world as indicated in the Holy Bible, than it all just happened for no reason and for no purpose whatsoever. It should seem obvious that many things in our material world has a purpose for its existence and thus needs a designer to assign the purpose of each creation. A dumbass would not be able to understand this because a dumbass iin not capable of honest reason. As Dasa would simply say, "The dumbass Atheists are dishonest."
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    29 Jul '12 00:28
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    It takes a person, who is capable of honestly using reason and logic in evaluating the right portions of the information we know. Atheists consider the wrong portions of the information in a dishonest way. Honesty is a big key to true knowledge. It is much more logical to believe our material world, with the complex life forms in it, were created by an in ...[text shortened]... not capable of honest reason. As Dasa would simply say, "The dumbass Atheists are dishonest."
    Everyone is to some extent dishonest, however you and dasa are dishonest and DERANGED.
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    29 Jul '12 06:32
    Originally posted by kevcvs57
    Everyone is to some extent dishonest, however you and dasa are dishonest and DERANGED.
    But when it comes to Atheism and evolution Dasa and I are honest and correct in our assessment. 😏

    HaleluYah !!! Praise the Lord!
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    30 Jul '12 08:58
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    It takes a person, who is capable of honestly using reason and logic in evaluating the right portions of the information we know. Atheists consider the wrong portions of the information in a dishonest way. Honesty is a big key to true knowledge. It is much more logical to believe our material world, with the complex life forms in it, were created by an in ...[text shortened]... not capable of honest reason. As Dasa would simply say, "The dumbass Atheists are dishonest."
    it is really funny to hear you mention reason and logic. reason and logic dictates that a boat that big couldn't have been built, let alone be seaworthy, that animals couldn't have been gathered from all over the world (unless koalas bring a 5 year or so supply of eucalyptus leaves).

    there are so many problems with just building and managing an ark, problems you "honest" fundies just seem to ignore. yet you have the balls to pick on a comedian who exaggerated(for the sake of comedy) a made up aspect of a made up boat.
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    30 Jul '12 21:38
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    it is really funny to hear you mention reason and logic. reason and logic dictates that a boat that big couldn't have been built, let alone be seaworthy, that animals couldn't have been gathered from all over the world (unless koalas bring a 5 year or so supply of eucalyptus leaves).

    there are so many problems with just building and managing an ark, pro ...[text shortened]... ck on a comedian who exaggerated(for the sake of comedy) a made up aspect of a made up boat.
    There are others that believe reason and logic can be used to explain a worldwide flood.
    http://www.icr.org/article/402/307/

    And this physicist with the hydroplate theory:
    YouTube&feature=related
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    31 Jul '12 08:01
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    There are others that believe reason and logic can be used to explain a worldwide flood.
    http://www.icr.org/article/402/307/

    And this physicist with the hydroplate theory:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxf40yO7I60&feature=related
    woodmorappe's arguments are dismantled thoroughly in
    http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/faq-noahs-ark.html

    and we aren't talking about the "hydroplate theory" just now. we are talking about the cute little koalas and how they couldn't have survived the journey(it also has underwater segments) from the land down under to wherever noah's little zoo had gathered.
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    01 Aug '12 09:49
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    woodmorappe's arguments are dismantled thoroughly in
    http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/faq-noahs-ark.html

    and we aren't talking about the "hydroplate theory" just now. we are talking about the cute little koalas and how they couldn't have survived the journey(it also has underwater segments) from the land down under to wherever noah's little zoo had gathered.
    Oh yeah, I remember that website. It is known as the "holy Grail for Atheists" by those in the know. 😏
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