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dinosaurs were not alive in this earth age, but they were in the one preceding this one. by the time adam and eve were in eden, - that's the 2nd earth age. the behemoth came in the 1st.

Kylie, Myspace 28 Comments [5/1/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Gadren

What exactly defines an \"Earth age?\"

5/1/2006 1:44:43 AM

Julian

And why is the behemoth mentioned in the 2nd?

5/1/2006 1:53:23 AM

Papabear

Exactly *who* defines \"earth age?\"

5/1/2006 2:03:15 AM

Dr. Rosen

Its defined in the Bible you guys.

5/1/2006 2:27:21 AM

Ace of Sevens

This makes no sense from a biblical perspective either as Job had to come after Adam (unless you're arguing Job wasn't human) and the behemoth is his contemporary.

5/1/2006 2:31:09 AM

Papabear

Dr. Rosen -- Not that I want to appear any dumber than I absolutely have to, but where in the bible is \"earth age\" defined?

5/1/2006 2:37:02 AM

Cat

Personally I think that the last remnants of the dinosaurs were killed off by the knights during the 'medieval' days... what else could the 'dragons' be and why don't we see any more of them now?? Yah?

5/1/2006 4:18:19 AM

Julian

THey're living under your bed with the invisible pink unicorns - DUH!

5/1/2006 4:41:17 AM

mad dog

and the dinosaurs went through 100 million years of evolutionary development all within the timeframe of a couple days

5/1/2006 5:04:26 AM

NotMe

Some people don't know when to start attending a real school.

Here is a hint. It is not after our 18th birthday.

5/1/2006 7:43:36 AM

The Last Conformist

On the plus side, this chick is obviously not a biblical literalist.

5/1/2006 9:12:36 AM

Aesmael

No no no no NO!

Elves in the First Age. The time of men is the Fourth Age.

5/1/2006 9:21:03 AM

Hadanelith

The Wheel of Time turns, and Ages come and pass. In one such Age, called the Third Age by some, a Fundie idiot speaks...

[Portions omitted for clarity (and poor memory), ending modified.]

5/1/2006 12:32:03 PM

Pike

I was sure that the Behemoth lived in the age of men, I clearly remember it attacking London and burning people with it's radioactive body (no, wait a minute, that was a movie. Nevermind...)

5/1/2006 3:25:43 PM

Jane the Bane

Behemothra strikes again!

5/1/2006 6:37:45 PM

TDR

yep, this is beginning to sound like another bad fantasy scenario....

5/1/2006 7:08:25 PM

King Spirula

So dinosaurs died out before Adam and Eve brought death into the world? Is this another of god's goofs?

5/1/2006 8:06:41 PM

Napoleon the Clown

Dino's didn't die out then. They merely took a nap and got decomposed and all that jazz, but remained alive until Adam and Eve ate the fruit...?

5/1/2006 9:16:42 PM

Prager

Dear Kylie,
What you have written is just another attempt by 'literalists' to hang onto their beliefs in the face of contradictory physical evidence. (There are dinosaur bones but no mention in the bible: Therefore, the dinosaurs had to come from some outside earlier age or were planted by either god or satan depending on your take of things.) Wake up and smell the coffee; the dream is over!

5/2/2006 8:51:18 AM

Dollfucker


2nd Earth age? WTF man.

5/2/2006 11:36:37 AM

llDayo

Um, if the behemoth was around BEFORE men were created, how did men write about it?

5/2/2006 3:50:26 PM

Howl

It was titans in the first age. Then Kronos threw up his kids, the gods, and the gods took over and Zeus tossed Kronos into Tartarus and became king. DUH!

5/5/2006 9:39:40 PM

Julian

When the behemoth came in the 1st age, did that cause the ice age?

5/6/2006 2:29:30 AM

Broken Egg

Where does the age with Sauron and the Ring fit into this?

5/7/2006 2:41:23 PM

mad dog

I think the behemoth showed up before Godzilla knocked her out of the sky

5/11/2006 12:59:12 AM
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