Okay, the Ten Commandments where on stone, right. After thousands of years, that stone breaks down into sediment.
[11/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
Fundie Index: 2
*sigh* that's right, there's no rocks anywhere in the entire world except for newly formed igneous lava flows.
7/4/2006 7:28:32 AM
And that means...?
5/16/2008 2:50:39 PM
"After thousands of years, that stone breaks down into sediment."
Which is why we no longer know what Stone Henge looked like or where it actually was. Right?
Go take a geology course.
5/16/2008 2:53:58 PM
That explains the pyramids, then.
10/1/2010 11:26:57 AM
Er, how is this fundie? Yeah, kid needs to retake basic science, but I don't see him driving at any particular religious point (or... any point at all really).
10/1/2010 11:32:32 AM
LOL! Wait, how is this fundie? I can has context plz?
10/1/2010 5:16:39 PM
No, even exposed it will have survived, take a glacier to break it down. Not sandstone was it?
If they were that soft it would explain how Moses carved them so fast
10/1/2010 6:15:34 PM
"thousands of years"
That explains 4.4 billion-year-old rocks.
1/14/2015 4:44:51 PM
I'm guessing he means the tablets have broken down into dust in this time, and that's why they can't be produced. Sort of akin to Jesus' body not being found is proof of Jesus. And, of course, the lack of any evidence whatsoever proves the whole Babble correct and true.
On edit; @ R. Chicken below. Good one!
1/14/2015 5:41:16 PM
Pah, the Ten Commandments have broken down into sentiment.
1/14/2015 6:17:14 PM
If god is omnipotent and can write the commandments on stone tablets, why did he need man to write the bible? why couldn't god write the bible?
1/14/2015 6:29:49 PM
Also, them things are supposed to be in the Ark of the Covenant, right? For safekeeping, apparently.
Unless you mean the first two that Moses broke having a temper tantram. Yeah, even Wyatt, huge bullshitter that he was, never claimed he found those.
1/16/2015 1:04:02 PM