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Originally posted by Jugflier:
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Originally posted by The Cold Hard Truth:
personally, I feel that anybody who believes this stuff suffers from a mental defect and should be barred from public office, that would include so called public "servants".. I don't want anybody who believes in these fairy tales in a position of authority over me whatsoever.. They can't be trusted


Interesting comment, seeing that most of the men who wrote the constitution and served in offices in the past believed this so called "fairy tale". My suggestion is you get you a copy of Haley's Bible Handbook and look at the flood archaeology, it's numerous.



There are plenty of people that refuse to believe anything that falls out of what they were indoctrinated to believe. They don't want to know the truth. They don't want to realize that our laws and Constitution was written and composed by men who were believers. While some may not have been church members there is nothing that indicates they didn't all believe in a supreme God as Creator. The Laws we live by are drawn up from the "People's Law' derived from Anglo Saxons and from Ancient Israel's government as given in Exodus through Numbers.

People are so against any religion or God that they want to re-write history and eliminate any reference to God or Religion.
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Originally posted by The Cold Hard Truth:
personally, I feel that anybody who believes this stuff suffers from a mental defect and should be barred from public office, that would include so called public "servants".. I don't want anybody who believes in these fairy tales in a position of authority over me whatsoever.. They can't be trusted


OK, so you start a thread about Puerto Rico becoming the 51st state and link to some right-wing ultra-conservative blog commentary. Now you are blasting those same conservatives that believe in the "fairy tale." How about you pick a side and stick to it?
There's no such thing as unbiased news anymore.. The socialists didn't even want anyone to know what they are up to.. so you haven't heard a peep about this from them.. It's another cheese bag move by this administration to shure up 15 million new socialist votes.



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Originally posted by lawguy07:
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Originally posted by The Cold Hard Truth:
personally, I feel that anybody who believes this stuff suffers from a mental defect and should be barred from public office, that would include so called public "servants".. I don't want anybody who believes in these fairy tales in a position of authority over me whatsoever.. They can't be trusted


OK, so you start a thread about Puerto Rico becoming the 51st state and link to some right-wing ultra-conservative blog commentary. Now you are blasting those same conservatives that believe in the "fairy tale." How about you pick a side and stick to it?
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The theory of Pangaea (which basically states that the continents were all connected forming one big "supercontinent") is probably true. Before Noah's flood, all of the land masses on earth were all joined to form one continent.


This has been proven. Several years ago, scientists in Antartica discovered fossilized remains of giraffes.
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Originally posted by forumaddict2:
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Originally posted by The Cold Hard Truth:
uh-huh.. and how did they get all over the world where animals are unique to their continents?
It amazes me that people can take myth as fact..

Here ya go Noahs ark believers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...ture=player_embedded


The theory of Pangaea (which basically states that the continents were all connected forming one big "supercontinent") is probably true. Before Noah's flood, all of the land masses on earth were all joined to form one continent. This would eliminate the idea that animals would have to cross oceans to reach the ark.

If all of the animals lived on one continent, the environment and climate was probably consistent throughout the entire land. Therefore, animals would not adapt to their different climates because there was only one "superclimate." Any animals in existence would have already been adapted to their climate. Therefore, without the need for adaption, many less species of animals would have been in existence.

In addition, the story of Noah's flood explains the origin of tectonic plates. "In the six hundredth year of Noah's life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened." (Genesis 7:11 KJV) The "fountains of the great deep" refers to the water beneath the crust of the earth. The LORD caused these waters to burst forth from underneath, cracking and breaking the earth's crust and creating the tectonic plates. Thus, after the flood, the continents separated and all the animals of the earth were divided. Then, as climates changed due to the new location of the continents, the animals changed to adapt. This is called horizontal evolution; evolution within one class of animal.

YES, I copied and pasted this! Makes lots of sense to me.


You just can not have it both ways. If you believe that the Flood occurred only about 5,000 years ago, then it is irrational to suggest that tectonic plates that were allelgedly formed in association with the flood would have resulted--in only 5,000 years or so--in the separarion of continents into the configurations and positions that they now occupy.

The notion that Genesis 7:11 has anything to do with tectonic plates is pure speculation, generated by some of the extreme "Young Earth"
creationists who are stretching and torquing about any scripture they can in their attempt to show that the earth is only 6,000 or so years old. These are the same zealots who try to argue that dinosaurs and humans co-existed. PUL-e-e-e-ZE!
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Originally posted by The Cold Hard Truth:
personally, I feel that anybody who believes this stuff suffers from a mental defect and should be barred from public office, that would include so called public "servants".. I don't want anybody who believes in these fairy tales in a position of authority over me whatsoever.. They can't be trusted


Considering the wonderful job our elected leaders that are mostly non-believers are doing I would have to agree with you.
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Originally posted by Jugflier:

Interesting comment, seeing that most of the men who wrote the constitution and served in offices in the past believed this so called "fairy tale". My suggestion is you get you a copy of Haley's Bible Handbook and look at the flood archaeology, it's numerous.


Yeah, You know those folks like Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, and Thomas Paine. Roll Eyes
Latest Link about "It's a Hoax"

Few doubted that it would hold up and many others doubted about the ark to begin with. As I said many times before, For those that believe no Ark, evidence, or any other proof is necessary and for those that don't then no Ark, evidence, or proof would ever be sufficient.

Unlike many though I'm quick to post also an article about it being a hoax. Do I wish it were true? Certainly! I'd love, before I die, to actually be able to see it or view it just like I'd like to see the Shroud or if ever found the Ark of the Covenant, as well as a trip to Israel but none of that do I base my personal faith upon.

Is it real? Is it a Fake? Time and further details will emerge I'm sure.

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