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Also I read through genealogy in Genesis and I tracked the flood to 2556 BC and Adam's birth or when he was created to 4112 BC. Now this is 100% accurate because I followed the dates and years listed in the bible, and the bible isn't wrong...

DanielGorden, Christianity.com Forums 4 Comments [8/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Dr. Jimes Tooper

The bible is whatever you want it to be. It is a very ambiguous book.

9/28/2011 12:07:02 PM


If the Bible list a date and a year for Adam's creation, then why did you have to track it through the genealogy in Genesis?

Isn't the genealogy just a whole bunch of "begats"? How can you tell years by that? Some, like Abraham, might have waited 86 years or so until they begat, some might have begat as early as 16 years old.

Sure, the Bible isn't wrong. It isn't right either, it's a fairy tale.

9/28/2011 12:15:49 PM


Arent most those ages abitrary invention and not covered by the age they became parents? You researched nothing, You're just accepting a 150 year old claim that uses numbers made up just get it behind the known written words of the ancient world.

It's nonsense of the highest order and recognized by no Biblical Scholars

9/28/2011 2:57:59 PM

Sentry Gun

This proof did not work centuries ago. It doesn't get better with years, you know...

3/16/2012 3:41:54 AM

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