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The Theory of Divine Creation Goes Down in Flames!

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Thanks for the kind words..

 

 

The science of studying ancient literature and its accuracy of transmission to is called historicity. The Bible is so exceedingly accurate in its transmission from the originals to the present copies, that if you compare it to any other ancient writing, the Bible is light years ahead in terms of number of manuscripts and accuracy. If the Bible were to be discredited as being unreliable, then it would be necessary to discard the writings of Homer, Plato, and Aristotle as also unreliable since they are far far less well preserved than the Bible.

 

The Bible was written by those who were inspired by God, so it is accurate and true, and represents historical occurrences. When we look at the New Testament we realize that it was written by those who either knew Jesus personally, or were under the direction of those who did. They wrote what they saw. They wrote about the resurrection of Christ. They recorded His miracles and His sayings. It comes down to whether or not you believe what it says about Christ. Do you?

 

http://carm.org/is-the-bible-reliable

brainless moron.... you are not capable of even thinking about it.... spout what you have been trained to respond with... you really think this crap hasn't been dismantled loooooooooooooong ago???? YOU DO NOT KNOW!... al all your pretending makes you into a fukkn phony. YOU DO NOT KNOW!... you are a weakling and a coward.

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Thanks for the kind words..

 

 

The science of studying ancient literature and its accuracy of transmission to is called historicity. The Bible is so exceedingly accurate in its transmission from the originals to the present copies, that if you compare it to any other ancient writing, the Bible is light years ahead in terms of number of manuscripts and accuracy. If the Bible were to be discredited as being unreliable, then it would be necessary to discard the writings of Homer, Plato, and Aristotle as also unreliable since they are far far less well preserved than the Bible.

 

The Bible was written by those who were inspired by God, so it is accurate and true, and represents historical occurrences. When we look at the New Testament we realize that it was written by those who either knew Jesus personally, or were under the direction of those who did. They wrote what they saw. They wrote about the resurrection of Christ. They recorded His miracles and His sayings. It comes down to whether or not you believe what it says about Christ. Do you?

 

http://carm.org/is-the-bible-reliable

The bible is not based on eyewitness accounts, you blithering moron. The gospels were written generations after Jesus was killed. And you know how much taller tall tales grow with each subsequent telling.

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The bible is not based on eyewitness accounts, you blithering moron. The gospels were written generations after Jesus was killed. And you know how much taller tall tales grow with each subsequent telling.

 

Well certainly someone is a blithering moron.

 

The New Testament is the eyewitness account by the Apostles.

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Well certainly someone is a blithering moron.

 

The New Testament is the eyewitness account by the Apostles.

No, it isn't. It's a collection of campfire fables told about some guy who lived generations before the NT was put into words.

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No, it isn't. It's a collection of campfire fables told about some guy who lived generations before the NT was put into words.

 

If you are right, we will both be worm food, but if you are wrong, I go to Heaven and you go to Hell.

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Well certainly someone is a blithering moron.

 

The New Testament is the eyewitness account by the Apostles.

I wipe my ass with the new testament and the self serving idiots that wrote it, and the death and destruction they caused.

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No, it isn't. It's a collection of campfire fables told about some guy who lived generations before the NT was put into words.

The dates I've researched have most, if not all of the New Testament being written in the first century...a few within a decade of the crucifixion.

 

I would be interested in reading the opinions of other sources.

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I wipe my ass with the new testament and the self serving idiots that wrote it, and the death and destruction they caused.

 

You are the typical Progressive, Liberal, Atheist or Democrat.

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You are the typical Progressive, Liberal, Atheist or Democrat.

we seek your considered counsel on this subject that hovers in the heart of your wheel house.

Please do tell, what are the qualities that qualify one as typical. on our knees we await your incisive contribution

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The dates I've researched have most, if not all of the New Testament being written in the first century...a few within a decade of the crucifixion.

 

I would be interested in reading the opinions of other sources.

You need to remember that the gospels were not written by their namesakes, but by those who came after, listening to the tales and fables. And, why do you suppose the gnostic gospels were not merely wantonly excluded during the compilation of campfire stories that became known as the new testament of the holy bible by the religious hierarchy, but they actively sought to destroy them. The human, secular side of Jesus was to be destroyed for unethical reasons. Crowd control is easier if you can get enough people to adhere to superstitious dogma using fear and intimidation.

 

 

You are the typical Progressive, Liberal, Atheist or Democrat.

Coming from you, that's a compliment!

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You need to remember that the gospels were not written by their namesakes

 

I've never read anyone (reputable, like a biblical scholar) who has concluded that the gospels were authored by anyone but who has been given attribution. I would be interested in reading a different opinion.

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I've never read anyone (reputable, like a biblical scholar) who has concluded that the gospels were authored by anyone but who has been given attribution. I would be interested in reading a different opinion.

Matthew did not write The Gospel of Matthew.

Mark did not write The Gospel of Mark.

Luke did not write The Gospel of Luke.

And, John did not write The Gospel of John.

 

The gospels are not first-person eye witness accounts of the life and death of Jesus. Did you know that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were most likely husband and wife with kids of their own? Can you imagine the upheaval within the christian hierarchy if this became widely acknowledged?

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Matthew did not write The Gospel of Matthew.

Mark did not write The Gospel of Mark.

Luke did not write The Gospel of Luke.

And, John did not write The Gospel of John.

 

The gospels are not first-person eye witness accounts of the life and death of Jesus. Did you know that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were most likely husband and wife with kids of their own? Can you imagine the upheaval within the christian hierarchy if this became widely acknowledged?

I've heard various theories. I've never read a reputable bible scholar who thought the gospels were written centuries later and, obviously, by someone else.

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I've heard various theories. I've never read a reputable bible scholar who thought the gospels were written centuries later and, obviously, by someone else.

The gospels were written about 100 years after Jesus' death, and long after their namesakes were dead as well. They are no eyewitness accounts of the life of Jesus. They are a retelling of fables and campfire stories.

And, why do you think the gnostic gospels, that focused on the secular, human side of Jesus, were excluded from the bible?

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The gospels were written about 100 years after Jesus' death, and long after their namesakes were dead as well. They are no eyewitness accounts of the life of Jesus. They are a retelling of fables and campfire stories.

And, why do you think the gnostic gospels, that focused on the secular, human side of Jesus, were excluded from the bible?

 

The dates I've seen from the scholars and experts have the dates a few decades after the crucifixion....not 100 years.

 

Can you point to a reputable source that believes the gospels to be dated 100-200 ad??

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The dates I've seen from the scholars and experts have the dates a few decades after the crucifixion....not 100 years.

 

Can you point to a reputable source that believes the gospels to be dated 100-200 ad??

OK, so you don't want to make a serious response. I guess I can't blame you. But I've got to work on buffing the dining room floor, and I'm done with your circular denial and bullshit.

Believe what you want to, I really don't care. You cannot refute the fact that the gospels are the work of others, and not of their namesakes. It is what it is.

 

And Jesus is still dead.

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OK, so you don't want to make a serious response. I guess I can't blame you. But I've got to work on buffing the dining room floor, and I'm done with your circular denial and bullshit.

Believe what you want to, I really don't care. You cannot refute the fact that the gospels are the work of others, and not of their namesakes. It is what it is.

 

And Jesus is still dead.

I thought you were going to name a bible scholar who supports the position that the gospels were authored by someone other that who they are attributed to or that they date 100AD or later.

 

Clearly, that is something you don't want to do....or can't.

 

Asking for scholarly verification seems like a perfectly reasonable request.

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"I realized science couldn't answer the really interesting questions, so I turned to philosophy. Been searching for God ever since". Terrence Stamp - Dr. Chantillas - Red Planet

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Pull your head out of your ass and pay attention:

The theory of creation is based on humans being central to the universe because of their supposedly divine origins. The science has thoroughly debunked this nonsense and proven that our origin can be traced back to the naturally occurring forces that shape the rest of the universe. Not hard to understand, really, if your not afraid of knowledge.

Make this easy - just show IN THE BIBLE where God said He only created life on Earth...

 

(Gets popcorn and coke and gets ready for the show about to follow of a man with his tail between his legs running from the truth...)

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Many different versions of the Bible - many missing books have begun to turn up - probably more books that have yet to be discovered.



Are we ( earth ) the only planet with intelligent life; not likely. Even if all this is an accident, the odds are intelligent life has evolved many many times across the universe. Also odds, we may be very primitive. We are a pack of arrogant fukers, ain't we? "A small planet of a minor star, on the edge of an inconsiderable galaxy".

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Many different versions of the Bible - many missing books have begun to turn up - probably more books that have yet to be discovered.

 

Are we ( earth ) the only planet with intelligent life; not likely. Even if all this is an accident, the odds are intelligent life has evolved many many times across the universe. Also odds, we may be very primitive. We are a pack of arrogant fukers, ain't we? "A small planet of a minor star, on the edge of an inconsiderable galaxy".

Yes - I always watch with amusement how there are "errors" "missing books" etc etc etc...

 

Ever think about it this way: The all powerful creator of the Universe has given you a book - it has just the right message for you. No power is greater than He- so how is it wrong? Who defeated God? Who stopped His book?

 

There have been many times even the possession of a bible was a death sentence...yet the book still exist.

 

You can trust the bible. I have looked at all the so called "errors" and missing books etc etc and none of it ever amounts to a hill of beans

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Many different versions of the Bible - many missing books have begun to turn up - probably more books that have yet to be discovered.

 

Are we ( earth ) the only planet with intelligent life; not likely. Even if all this is an accident, the odds are intelligent life has evolved many many times across the universe. Also odds, we may be very primitive. We are a pack of arrogant fukers, ain't we? "A small planet of a minor star, on the edge of an inconsiderable galaxy".

 

Keep on hoping, but if you are wrong there is Hell to pay.

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