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What more evidence do you need than the BIBLE?

fourgivn1, Rapture Ready 20 Comments [1/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Redhunter

Well, something!

What more evidence to you need that a Lorax exists, then Dr. Suess' The Lorax?

6/16/2006 11:40:51 AM

David D.G.

How about ANY?


~David D.G.

6/16/2006 2:53:27 PM

Crosis

Evidence that the Bible is at all a reliable source would be a good start ... a bit tricky to find, though, given all the internally contradictory bits.

6/17/2006 3:10:02 AM

Adrian

What the hell?!? A book isn't proof!

12/20/2006 2:34:52 AM



Anything else.

2/7/2008 6:57:39 AM

King Duncan

I dunno, how about: Some. Or: Any.

2/7/2008 8:59:10 AM

aaa

Lots of evidence.

9/9/2009 12:53:30 PM

Dr. Shrinker

Speaking personally, if you are expecting me to live my life by its archaic rules, to accept it as an accurate account of human history and to forget what I know about science in favor of creationism, then you had better have a lot of evidence.

9/9/2009 1:46:08 PM

anti-nonsense

The Bible is evidence that some people a few thousand years ago had overactive imaginations and didn't know shit about science.

3/14/2010 9:51:10 PM

Nowonmai

Stolen Sumerian/Babylonian tales vs hard evidence? I ignore the bible. No contest.

3/14/2010 10:09:58 PM

Swede

Several historical sources that corroborates the Bible.
How about some "forensic" evidence of the existence of gods? Fingerprints, cat scans, DNA profiles, retina scans, things like that.

3/15/2010 12:50:36 AM

Canadiest

Any evidence. You've provided none. All the religious scholars over all this time can prove none of it. The cities and rulers mentioned don't count as many other cultures predating Abrahamic religions can also do this, and many of those cultures were never mentioned by the Bible.

Homer's ahead of all Biblical claims of lost cities as Troy has been (after long being considered a legend) located. It wouldn't surprise me a Soddom and Gammora or Jericho is found, and found to be earthquake victims

3/15/2010 9:00:21 AM

caustic gnostic

@ Canadiest, Jericho is the oldest continually-inhabited city in the area. Bets are, it was there before Gawd scraped some dirt together for the Adam thing.

3/15/2010 9:35:52 AM

Canadiest

Whoops? really, my dumb.

3/16/2010 1:22:21 PM

The Duelist

Exactly! Now I know my therapist is wrong! WHEEEE!!!!

8/9/2010 3:29:31 PM

Justanotheratheist

Evidence for what?

That countless trees have been murdered to print a zillion copies of a book which is even more useless than a telephone directory from 1921? I have more than evidence for that - Rapture Ready, for instance.

Other than that, the bible is evidence only for the almost depressing extent to which people can be deluded by meaningless crap.


8/10/2010 3:31:27 AM



You either don't understand what "evidence" means, or you have never bothered to read and understand the Holey Babble. My money is on 'both'.

8/10/2010 3:52:05 AM

Anon-e-moose

"What more evidence do you need than the BIBLE?"

That a bunch of Bronze Age goatfuckers had ideas above their stations? If that's all you want, fine.

But for the rest of us who live on Planet Reality, enquiring minds need to know, and all that jazz. It's the reason why you have the computers you have to spew your fundie bullshit, you know.

8/10/2010 8:28:31 AM

The Duelist

None! That's why I'm getting a lobotomy this afternoon!

8/10/2010 12:10:06 PM

Allegory for Jesus

Sane response: "Any for all matters that aren't specifically about the Bible"
Waffler response: "Well, some would be nice, but the Bible is a perfectly cromulent source for now"
Fundamentalist response: "None! And evidence that isn't supported by a literal reading of the Bible will be promptly disregarded!"

10/10/2010 8:01:04 PM
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