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Wade Hampton III

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The Torah Flood

PostMon Sep 03, 2018 10:27 pm

Joe Thompson, who lives in London, posted...

How can I prove that Noah's flood did not cover the whole Earth with
water 4000 years ago? I am married to someone who believes that the
contents of the Bible are the infallible word of god.

Answered 14h ago...

History - China were writing everything down at the time. They
survived this “global killing” flood from around 4,000 miles away.
Logic - no wooden ship has ever been built as large as the Ark,
because there is a limit to the size a wooden boat can become before
it will become un-seaworthy. The sea causes pressure on the planks
which is larger the more surface area that it deals with.
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Science - Animals poop and pee. This is an alleged wooden ship
containing unrefrigerated food stocks for some 3,000 species of
animal for 40 days (and nights… *sigh). OK, so we buy that one.
Now all of these animals stacked high on top of each other like
in apartment blocks are pooping and peeing all over their straw
beds, which soaks down into the wood and rains on the stall below.
This would be a lethally toxic environment.
Commonsense - Dinosaurs. Genesis was written by men who believed
this:
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Torah view of the Earth. Not a bad guess… The only way to circumvent
these cornerstones is by believing in God magic. In which case you have
automatically disqualified yourself from logical discourse. Do not pass
Go. Do not collect $200. So you are at impasse. You believe in the four
cornerstones. She has faith. You are both therefore correct, and argument
is pointless.
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Jim Mathias

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Re: The Torah Flood

PostMon Sep 03, 2018 11:33 pm

Ahh..another expose of Judaism/christinsanity's phony stories. While I don't subscribe to these crazy tales, it is instructive to note those who do. Some of our fellow christianized Whites can be shown this and reactions noted. Thanks, Wade!
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Re: The Torah Flood

PostWed Sep 05, 2018 5:47 pm

As far as I'm aware, most Christians take the old stories in the Jewish fable book to be allegorical. That whole scientifically inconvenient flood? Nah, it was a metaphor.

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