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Humanists are vainly trying to suppress recent archaeological finds. The evidence in support of a relatively young earth is piling up against them. It is unfortunate too. It saddens me to see people refuse to believe whats right in front of them.

powderman, Baptist.org Board 14 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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oh god get out the irony umbrella, I sense a downpour

12/5/2006 10:24:59 PM

David D.G.

(*BEEP boop BEEP boop*)

[Scotty]The emergency irony shields are holding, Captain, but they won't last long under such strain! Collapse is imminent; she canna take much more o' this![/Scotty]

How in the HECK does this not have a rating of at least a 4.5 on the fundometer?!? It's only 2.74 as of this moment!

~David D.G.

12/5/2006 11:01:24 PM

Spherical Cube

\"It saddens me to see people refuse to believe whats right in front of them.\"

What a coincidence....

5/23/2007 5:32:38 PM


Oh, bullshit.

5/24/2007 12:25:32 PM


The evidence is \"building up\"? All your evidence is in the bible, and that's not been updated for hundreds of years.

I assure you, all the extra-biblical evidence matches the older earth theory quite well.

5/24/2007 1:34:51 PM


Why, every time you people lack the evidence for you outlandish explanations, do you resort to the old \"it's being suppressed\" bullshit?

5/24/2007 2:18:38 PM


oh teh ironing

5/31/2008 2:19:16 AM


Shiny mirror?

5/31/2008 2:22:15 AM

Dr. Jimes Tooper

What does humanism have to do with archeology?

Humanism is evil too now?
Oh right, having an unbearable pity for human suffering is likely akin to worshipping mankind.

8/3/2011 4:44:48 PM


What "evidence" would that be?

8/3/2011 11:40:38 PM


Humanism is primarily a philosophy that focuses on human nature and building morality around human values. Humanism is about seeing the worth in your fellow human beings.

I cannot imagine what sort of archaeological finds would overturn this. What, do these archaeological finds someone show that human beings or human values are fundamentally all worthless? Isn't the very practice of archaeology something that humanists should support? It's about learning more about human beings. It's about valuing those fellow human beings that came before us.

And what on earth does archaeology have to do with a young earth? Newsflash: the earth existed long before people did.

And even if all this did show a young earth . . . how would this affect humanism? How does this devalue human beings?

I don't get it.

8/3/2011 11:51:24 PM

Martine R

What recent arcgaeological finds would those be? And why would Humanists want to suppress them?

8/4/2011 12:11:55 AM

J. James

I'm curious as to what they're finding that is so fucking bizarro that it warrants being hidden while the likes of this fucking thing

are common knowledge! I mean, what the shit is that thing anyway!? Or this!

What the FUCK, nature!?

What do they think could possibly be more fucking wierd than that, that warrants being hidden from--


8/4/2011 12:29:23 AM


What fucking evidence? The shit you idiots make up?

The evidence for an old earth has built up to the point where it should have buried your bullshit a long time ago, but somehow you just won't accept it. So what else is new.

8/4/2011 1:12:51 AM

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