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[Attacking Norse mythology and saying it's unbelievable and unsubstantiated]

Oh ok, but the bible records the conception of humanity.

You know a lot about the bible huh Freodin? Do you know of a more believable account of humanities origin? Or are you an evolutionist.

Badfish, Christian Forums 13 Comments [8/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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lol

i mean, the way that some of these people argue is somewhat rational and persuasive...their content though...horrifying

12/14/2006 7:08:46 AM

TheSkepticalOne2

"Do you know of a more believable account of humanities origin? Or are you an evolutionist."

Oh yes, because Evolution, a theory supported by a multitude of evidence, is so much less believable than a Magical Man breathing into dust and forming man, then creating woman from a rib.

7/1/2007 1:16:12 AM

TheSkepticalOne2

"Do you know of a more believable account of humanities origin? Or are you an evolutionist."

Oh yes, because Evolution, a theory supported by a multitude of evidence, is so much less believable than a Magical Man breathing into dust and forming man, then creating woman from a rib.

7/1/2007 1:16:13 AM

Goosey

Oh ok, but the bible records the conception of humanity.

Meet Bob and Joe.
Bob: So how do we know about human conception?
Joe: Because it's recorded in the Bible.
Bob: But who recorded it?
Joe: Humans did, of course. It wasn't monkeys LOL!
Bob: So how did humans know about their own conception to record it in the Bible?
Joe: Because it's in the Bible.
Bob: And nothing about that strikes you as odd?
Joe: Yeah, now you come to mention it! If it was already in the Bible, why did they bother recording it again?

7/1/2007 1:52:32 AM

Bert

That's cheered me up no end. "lol" doesn't describe it.

7/1/2007 2:31:15 AM

Freboy

I'm sort of between FSM and evolution. Yet, you never know... the world may be hanging off a branch of Yggdrasil, having been created from the body of a giant by Odin and his fellows.

7/1/2007 6:25:03 AM

Reverend Jeremiah

The Poetic Eddas ALSO record the conception of humanity..DUHH..

2/22/2009 2:59:35 PM

Nen

....I actually kinda like the Native American one with the god making humans in an oven and Coyote talking to him and tricking him so he didn't cook them enough or too much and threw them far away, then he ignored Coyote and baked one that was just right and put him in the best land.

Yeah, yeah, the throwing the 'burnt' black human away and the 'undercooked' white human away is racist, but then that's religion for you. However, unlike Ole Adam and Eve, this one acknowledges and explains other races.

2/23/2009 9:08:56 AM

shockmeshockmeshockmewiththatdeviantbehavior

so not only is he arguing about a diety that he cannot prove... but hes also arguing with ANOTHER diety that no one can prove... about a diety he cannot prove... in order to prove his deity is real?.... whaaaa??? O.o

3/11/2010 11:49:03 PM

Swede

Yeah, because making people out of dirt and rib-bone is soooo much more believable than making them out of one trunk of ash-wood and one trunk of elm-wood. Or not.
One is recorded in Genesis and the other in the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda. Both have nothing more to substantiate the claim.

Evolution on the other hand...

3/12/2010 12:19:04 AM

LordMu

http://www.bigmyth.com/myths/english/2_norse_full.htm
Now say that Norse myths don't cover the creation of man.
Once you've done that, explain to me why yours is more credible

9/18/2011 8:38:38 PM

N. De Plume

Originally posted by Badfish

Oh ok, but the bible records the conception of humanity.

And this is different from Norse Myth how exactly?

Pro-tip: Almost every religion says something about the origins of humanity. Christianity is hardly unique in that regard.

9/19/2011 6:40:37 AM

Anon-e-moose

'Revelation'? Meh.

Ragnarok >>>>> 'Armageddon'

Fenrir would rape - then eat - the Four Horsemen themselves, never mind their Horses (au contraire; a mere snack!), then have the Beast as dessert (knowwharimean, knowwharimean, nudge-nudge?! X3 )

Frankly, your 'God of the Bible' would be begging Odin to rape him, than kill him.

"Oh ok, but the bible records the conception of humanity."

"Ah! My Goddess" - inspired by Norse mythology (by Kosuke Fujishima [pbuh]) - is infinitely more credible than the Bible. It records the conception of the hybrid Goddess/Demon Urd via God fucking the Leader of Hell, Hild, no less.

Ok?

9/19/2011 8:09:51 AM
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