Creationists Mock Flat Earthers for Taking Bible Too Literally
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07-10-2017, 03:50 AM
RE: Creationists Mock Flat Earthers for Taking Bible Too Literally
I once took a trek to see Star Wars.

Where does that place me???

I wanna know!

I have nowhere to go and nobody wants me upon arrival!!!! Gasp

Cest la vie. Cool

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07-10-2017, 04:14 AM
RE: Creationists Mock Flat Earthers for Taking Bible Too Literally
(07-10-2017 03:50 AM)Banjo Wrote:  I once took a trek to see Star Wars.

Where does that place me???

I wanna know!

I have nowhere to go and nobody wants me upon arrival!!!! Gasp

Cest la vie. Cool

The crossroads of science fiction and science fantasy? Consider

I don't know... Undecided

Have you seen The Matrix? Tongue

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10-10-2017, 05:51 AM
RE: Creationists Mock Flat Earthers for Taking Bible Too Literally
(18-07-2017 02:45 AM)Silly Deity Wrote:  I know creationism is stupid.................but to castigate a different group of nut-jobs for taking the bible too literally when that's the basis for your own belief-system, smacks of a certain large, stinking, steaming dollop of irony.

This reminds me of a book my wife read right around when I stopped believing. It's called Love Wins by Rob Bell. It's fairly popular with "liberal" Christians in that it jettisons a lot of the unpleasant parts of the Bible while trying to keep the good parts. Most notably, it gets rid of hell (and Satan?).

Of course, you might wonder why Jesus kept talking about hell if it's not real. This is explained by "hell" being a dump outside of Jerusalem that the people hearing the stories would relate to, and Jesus loved his metaphors and parables. This was the first I'd ever heard of such a thing, and apparently, the only evidence supporting the claim is the writings of some twelfth century rabbi.

The funny part came from me going online to read reviews of the book. I figured it had to be polarizing. One critical argument came from a Christian complaining that there is no evidence backing the claims of this book, so it should not be taken seriously. I laughed very hard at that. I was thinking "You're so close to getting it! Just take two steps back and repeat what you just said!"
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10-10-2017, 05:59 AM
RE: Creationists Mock Flat Earthers for Taking Bible Too Literally
In an interview with Bob Goldthwait about his movie willow creek which was about bigfoot hunters he talked about having done a lot of research by meeting with the leading bigfoot hunters or bigfootologists or whatever. Apparently if you speak of other stuff like aliens they roll their eyes like that's just crazy and there are different factions in the "bigfoot community" who often think the others are nuts.
This reminds me of that.

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10-10-2017, 06:06 AM
RE: Creationists Mock Flat Earthers for Taking Bible Too Literally
(07-10-2017 03:45 AM)EvolutionKills Wrote:  
(19-07-2017 04:25 AM)OakTree500 Wrote:  Trek over Wars anyday!

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