Please provide proof of that statement. Cite actual examples, be specific.
2/23/2006 10:26:21 PM
You expect to be taken seriously when you offer, 'uh Duh'?
Most times a dictionary is unreliable is because the editors were highly religious. So, no. oh, sorry, \"not likely, Duh!\"
7/6/2006 6:02:21 AM
I am unsure as to the veracity of this claim, I feel the bible is unlikely to have definitions for words like 'uh Duh' either...
7/6/2006 7:16:54 AM
Somewhere, a reference librarian is weeping hysterically.
7/6/2006 2:47:41 PM
That's \"dictionaries,\" not \"dictionary's.\" Learn how to use an apostrophe.
Furthermore, adding \"duh\" to any argument automatically reduces your intellectual credibility. Though, as we can see from your claim, you had none to begin with.
3/28/2007 7:36:12 PM
Flying Spaghetti Monster save us from these idiots.
3/28/2007 7:55:38 PM
What's the bible's definition of 'hygiene'...'megapixel'...?
Bless thy noodly Appendage.
3/28/2007 8:31:38 PM
When I look up \"insect\" in the dictionary, it says they are \"characterized by three pairs of legs\", which is six.
Now what did Leviticus say about insect legs again?
3/28/2007 8:39:34 PM
LOL, shoot yourself in the foot!
3/28/2007 8:49:50 PM
Dictionary's what aren't as reliable as the Bible? You left out the key to your great truth. duh.
3/29/2007 7:45:02 PM
Yeah because the dictionary is updated.
2/17/2008 12:32:59 AM
Okay, can someone point me specifically to this insects with 4 legs reference? Cause I see it all over the place here but I've never seen the passage people are talking about.
1/28/2009 5:43:08 AM
Errick- the passage referred to is Leviticus 11:20-3. I personally feel that this one is relatively over-used, but there you go.
8/30/2009 6:27:47 PM
Really? If I look up 'bat' in the dictionary, I get flying mammal. But in the bible, it claims a bat is a bird.
Not to mention you misspelled "Dictionaries".
8/30/2009 6:35:19 PM
People of the world prefer keep on using them.
12/27/2009 1:45:24 PM
A dictionary's what are not as reliable as the Bible?
Or do you mean "dictionaries"? It seems they are more reliable when seeking advice on grammar...
12/27/2009 2:17:57 PM
Good lord! It's so obvious! Even though the two books have nothing to do with each other.
7/24/2011 1:01:42 AM
As what? Paperweights? Door stops?
7/24/2011 9:06:27 AM
So how does the Bible define car, computer, cocaine, cereberal palsy, nuclear fusion and Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid?
9/18/2011 2:00:05 PM