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A Scientific Prediction from Genesis:

Besides myself, all other people that try to tell us what Genesis is saying do not understand the text, and are speaking from ignorance. I’m sorry to have to take this position, but there are too many false teachers and unqualified people talking about “creation\evolution debates” (when no such contest exists), and proclaiming false doctrines about Genesis, such as Creation Science, theistic evolution, progressive creation, and “gap” theories. There is even the fad of “Intelligent Design”, which is a big waste of time, and has almost nothing of value to offer.

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I am now making this declaration, so that mankind may know that the words and events written in Genesis is true, and the humanist theories of our origins are false. I predict that secular science shall soon find, if they have not already, solid evidence of prehistoric mankind, which is earlier than 30 million years in age. The book “Moses Didn’t Write About Creation!”, states from Genesis that mankind has been in his present likeness for over 60 million years. Moses wrote about extinction and restoration.

hzcummi, IIDB 36 Comments [11/25/2007 11:21:03 PM]
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Your prediction is stupid, inaccurate, not justified at all and, above all, not scientific.

11/25/2007 11:41:18 PM

Borborygmus

Make all the declarations you want. They're still stupid!

11/25/2007 11:45:48 PM

Papabear

You are the ONLY person qualified to explain Genesis? Not only are you an idiot, you're an arrogant idiot.

11/25/2007 11:59:37 PM

Rhys

So, you know more about this than every single scientist, philosopher and religion historian that has ever lived? Wow, conceited much?

11/26/2007 12:09:37 AM

Mike

Grand-scale Ego Award

11/26/2007 12:15:52 AM

Happymealungen

I am now making this declaration, so that mankind may know that the words and events written in Genesis is true, and the humanist theories of our origins are false.

May the fundies of the future argue about your true teachings for centuries to come.
/bows to his greatness

11/26/2007 12:48:16 AM

ArmandT

I wouldn't be surprised if his next post is a link to where people can buy his book on is theory.

11/26/2007 1:09:17 AM

Jake Steel

find me a 2 million year old homo sapiens then we will talk.

11/26/2007 1:22:42 AM

solomongrundy

“Moses Didn’t Write About Creation!”

No, but in Deuteronomy he writes an account of his own death and burial.

11/26/2007 1:25:13 AM

Wet Walnuts

"Everyone else is wrong, and I am right, regardless of their research and findings."

Sure pal, whatever.

11/26/2007 1:32:16 AM

James

lol, whut?

11/26/2007 1:43:46 AM

Prager

So, the Flintstones is in fact a documentary?!?!

11/26/2007 1:45:23 AM

JD

SOMEONE's speaking from ignorance alright...

11/26/2007 1:48:20 AM

Freboy

So the earth is not 6000 years old?

We may be getting somewhere.

11/26/2007 2:23:13 AM

anevilmeme

This one appears to be too weird for other fundies.

11/26/2007 5:21:17 AM

Cabal

60 million years old?

It's clearly 6000. Fucking heretic.

11/26/2007 5:27:23 AM

michael

More conspiracy than fundie

11/26/2007 5:45:33 AM

Blackvoice

I am now making this declaration,

You sound as if you were important. Outside of your own mind, that is. And your mother.

11/26/2007 5:50:32 AM

Mister Spak

This is crazy, but not fundie.

11/26/2007 5:54:42 AM

Petey

Even on the website "Heretics Say the Darndest Things" (HSTDT), people are mocking this guy.

11/26/2007 7:33:21 AM

NonProphet

So many fundies think (incorrectly) that they are the only one who can correctly interpret the bible.

I say we put 'em all in a room with Nerf bats and put the results on pay-per-view.

11/26/2007 7:43:27 AM

David B.

"I predict that secular science shall soon find, if they have not already, solid evidence of prehistoric mankind, which is earlier than 30 million years in age."

Actually, as you conveniently don't define 'soon', what you are actually claiming is that science will eventually find such evidence.

This claim is, of course, not falsifiable. Not matter how long or how diligently scientists were to conduct such a search, their failure would not disprove your claim, as you can forever retort, "Try harder!"

Congratulations on so cogently pointing out the difference between creationism and science. You believe you are right by default, based on negative criteria that can never be absolutely disproved. In comparison centuries of science has progressed by formulating tests that, if met, only slightly increase our confidence in a theory, but if failed, massively damage the theory's credibility.

What science has gained for us by a thousand cautious, tentative steps, you would dismiss with one grand pronouncement of your own divine, infallible judgement.

Not so much a Whiskey-Tango-Foxtrot as a Whiskey-Alpha-November-Kilo-Echo-Romeo, then!

11/26/2007 7:47:17 AM

Caustic Gnostic




wut?

11/26/2007 7:51:44 AM

LabRat

come on, this CAN'T be real

11/26/2007 9:13:09 AM

Euclid

David B, don't forget the "it's been hushed up by a giant conspiracy of Established Scientists to keep my awsummest theory quiet, bcuz they can't handle Teh Truth!!111!!!" retort.

There is even the fad of “Intelligent Design”, which is a big waste of time
And, see, he showed so much promise...

11/26/2007 9:19:10 AM
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