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If the theory of Evolution were proven wrong tomorrow, how would that make God real?

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That's just another reason why I trust what God says about life and how it got here since He was here to see it and He doesn't make mistakes, unlike people who make plenty of mistakes and were not here to see what happened.

Martin S, Yahoo Answers 26 Comments [10/18/2008 3:31:54 AM]
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Submitted By: J Arcenas
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jc

You mean Zeus right?

10/18/2008 3:32:43 AM

Shadoboy

And were you there to see God write the Bible?

10/18/2008 3:33:47 AM

Horsefeathers

"That's just another reason why I trust what God says about life and how it got here since He was here to see it and He doesn't make mistakes, unlike people who make plenty of mistakes and were not here to see what happened."

I'll bet a hundred dollars that if I replaced "God" with "my invisible friend Larry" in the above sentence, and insisted adamantly that Larry told me this and that he really really does exist despite the fact that you can't detect him, I'd be locked away in a room with rubber wallpaper. For some reason I can't quite fathom it's perfectly acceptable to say the most insane bullshit imaginable as long as you attribute it to Gawd but not to your own personal invisible friend...

10/18/2008 3:36:05 AM

Thinking Allowed

So the whole bats are birds thing is right?

10/18/2008 3:39:44 AM

Allegory for Jesus

Way to address the question.

10/18/2008 3:46:46 AM

anonymous

So how would that make God real?

10/18/2008 4:20:16 AM

Mortok

Uh-oh. Looks like another round of "Evade the Question Time". I thought only politicians were allowed to compete.

10/18/2008 4:24:44 AM

Mike

If he didn't make mistakes, why are there TWO creation stories?

10/18/2008 4:41:42 AM

Dark_Lord_Prime

"He doesn't make mistakes, unlike people who make plenty of mistakes"

And yet, he made the mistake of trusting those same people to correctly understand and interpret his divinely-inspired word?

And you don't see anything wrong with that argument?

10/18/2008 5:01:47 AM

DarkfireTaimatsu

He sure made the mistake of putting that tree in the garden and letting that talking snake get in. Being omnicient and omnipotent and all, you'd think he would've seen that coming.

10/18/2008 5:08:42 AM

Jaces Ci

i wasnt present during the Vietnam War but it still happened and i could tell you alot about it...or the Russian Revolution, or the Depression, or the War of Independence etc etc

10/18/2008 5:41:00 AM

anti-nonsense

Way to NOT ANSWER THE QUESTION. 'tard.

10/18/2008 5:43:49 AM

Eden

He doesn't make mistakes, unlike people who make plenty of mistakes and were not here to see what happened.

You mean like the people who wrote Genesis and the othger books of the old testament and tried to give their stories authority by writing goddidit

10/18/2008 6:42:39 AM

hmcook87

That does not answer the question.

10/18/2008 7:56:20 AM

aaa

Just answer the question.

10/18/2008 8:28:10 AM

Lulzmonger

Artful Dodger.

10/18/2008 8:45:33 AM

solomongrundy

Re: 'Yahoo Answers'.
I think that is an 'answer' in the same sense as this is:

Q: Is it possible for the existence of an 'anti-dark matter?
A: Goddidit.

I smell a troll.

10/18/2008 9:43:42 AM

anevilmeme

Delightful, now answer the fucking question.

10/18/2008 10:40:24 AM



Good job Martin S, way to miss the fucking point.

10/18/2008 12:56:37 PM

Xotan

The theory of evolution has nothing to do with proving or otherwise the existence of a god.

10/18/2008 1:00:08 PM

Ambrielle

You want to actually answer the question?

10/18/2008 1:20:51 PM

Reverend Jeremiah

LOL...WUT?

10/18/2008 4:20:49 PM

Old Viking

Lips flap. Sound. No answer.

10/18/2008 11:32:50 PM

Panz

Those same people that translated the bible how many times now

10/19/2008 7:05:35 AM

Panda

God clearly make mistakes.

What about all the birth defects

10/20/2008 4:12:23 AM
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