I know Pandora's story. Your point? Those are stories, myths that man made up. The Bible is not a myth, however.
[10/1/2003 12:00:00 ]
Fundie Index: 4
The Bible itself is not a myth. I know that because I have several versions in my house. It exists. But it does contain many myths.
Awww... so close, but he fumbled at the finish line...
Yes it is.
1/11/2011 1:37:43 PM
Just ask any talking snake.
1/11/2011 1:39:42 PM
Just check out all the other myths, older myths, that the Bible is suspiciously similar to.
1/11/2011 1:49:39 PM
1/11/2011 1:51:07 PM
You do not deserve to be on BlizzForums. You give us WoW, Starcraft, and Diablo (Which you probably can't translate because Mexcans are Cathoilic (OH NOESZ!!!1!eleven) players a bad name.
7/12/2011 7:39:16 PM
True, the bible is not a myth. Anybody who has ever stayed in a hotel room would know that, for a start. It is, however, very much a collection of myths, and it makes most other fantasy books look positively sane by comparison.
There's standard believer, and there's fundie. This guy is just a standard believer. If you believe in a religion, you don't consider it a myth.
7/15/2011 1:14:27 PM
Yet the tale of Pandoras Box parrallels later Biblical concepts and since the release of the first Indiana Jones movie has become even more an accepted christian belief.
And why not? Most you fundies can't seperate fairy tales, old myths, Pagan beliefs or modern fiction from your own Bible because you've all been trained to believe almost anything and haven't read the Bible enough to tell the difference.
"The Bible is not a myth, however."
No, it's a forgery.
No, it's a forgery of a myth.
6/9/2013 2:08:41 PM