Quote# 3440

For example, a prophecy about 'not one stone shall be left on another' doesn't literally mean that if you can find 2 stones that were unseperated the prophecy is disproved.

Ketam, Utopia Temple Forums 9 Comments [7/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Then what in the right fuck does it mean?

12/2/2007 2:10:24 AM


but surely EVERYTHING in the babble is literally inerrant, everything is literally true and unalterable

12/2/2007 3:16:52 PM

"Just because you find proof that disproves the prohpecy doesn't mean the prophecy is disproved."

Nice logic there.

2/20/2008 7:14:32 PM

I don't see why this is fundie; it looks like they are just explaining a figure of speech. Was there more to this?

6/1/2012 8:31:54 PM

Yeah. Just click on the link.

6/1/2012 10:34:24 PM

Blue the Thief

....You typed that while drinking refined anti-logic, didn't you?

6/1/2012 10:50:00 PM



The poster seems to be arguing against biblical literalism, an activity I strongly endorse.

6/2/2012 6:33:52 AM


So it the Babble meant to be taken literally or not?

6/2/2012 10:37:02 PM


I love fundies. The whole Bible is literally true, except when we decide it isn't.

9/5/2012 4:21:41 PM

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