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This [Noah's flood] is a supernatural event by definition. No amount of deciding how much food animals eat now under entirely different conditions means anything. God could put the animals in a state of hibernation... <u>Sometimes i think too much reasoning can be unhealthy</u>... [Emphasis added]

Magus55, Internet Infidels 9 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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The Duelist

Fundamentalism in a nutshell.

8/27/2010 10:50:09 AM


Yeah, making shit up as you go is always a winning argument.

1/20/2011 11:23:32 PM


So...if he could have put them in hibernation, why didn't he just preserve them under the sea until the water receded? And what about the dove Noah sent out? Apparently it wasn't that deep of a sleeper.

1/20/2011 11:26:06 PM


Which is why you will never go on to solve the world's actual problems.

'This [Noah's flood] is a supernatural event by definition.'

Yea, so supernatural it's like it never happened outside of fantasy.

<u>Sometimes i think too much reasoning can be unhealthy</u>

Yeah, well reasoning without evidence (ie: fuckin magic man did it) is even worse! I swear it rots your fucking brain and does no good for anybody.

1/20/2011 11:40:45 PM


Yeah, maybe, but too little reasoning is much more unhealthy.

1/20/2011 11:46:03 PM


Unhealthy for a thousand years old scams chances of continuing much longer I hope.

1/21/2011 6:10:01 AM

Dr. Shrinker

Thank you for describing the Genesis flood as a supernatural event. By doing so, you have put it outside the realm of science. Science, by definition, deals only with the natural world. Now can we stop talking about creationism as science?

1/21/2011 6:43:16 AM


so once again someone is trying to defend this copied story with GodDidIt

that sounds so fucking stupid.


1/21/2011 7:58:30 AM


Your brain is what's hibernating.

1/21/2011 9:21:53 AM

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