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22-02-2016, 09:10 PM
RE: Ken Ham's "Ark Park"
(22-02-2016 08:59 PM)Aliza Wrote:  
(22-02-2016 08:46 PM)Chas Wrote:  One that teaches us not to trust anyone with the power of life and death?
To be wary of egotistical megalomaniacs?
Or something else.

Or maybe it's about peoples or civilizations dying off and progressing into something new and more advanced. I don't know. The flood is one story that I'm not well studied up on. It's one of those stories that I like to play the game "what if."

A parable without a purpose?
An imponderable parable?
A ponderously pointless parable?
A perniciously peevish parable?
A piss-poor parable of petulance and perversity?

Why would anyone take this pile of poo seriously?

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22-02-2016, 10:03 PM
RE: Ken Ham's "Ark Park"
(22-02-2016 09:10 PM)Chas Wrote:  
(22-02-2016 08:59 PM)Aliza Wrote:  Or maybe it's about peoples or civilizations dying off and progressing into something new and more advanced. I don't know. The flood is one story that I'm not well studied up on. It's one of those stories that I like to play the game "what if."

A parable without a purpose?
An imponderable parable?
A ponderously pointless parable?
A perniciously peevish parable?
A piss-poor parable of petulance and perversity?

Why would anyone take this pile of poo seriously?

A parable of Paddlefish, Penguins, Perch, Piranha, Polliwogs, Porpoises, Pufferfish and poo.

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23-02-2016, 06:23 AM
RE: Ken Ham's "Ark Park"
(22-02-2016 08:59 PM)Aliza Wrote:  
(22-02-2016 08:46 PM)Chas Wrote:  One that teaches us not to trust anyone with the power of life and death?
To be wary of egotistical megalomaniacs?
Or something else.

Or maybe it's about peoples or civilizations dying off and progressing into something new and more advanced. I don't know. The flood is one story that I'm not well studied up on. It's one of those stories that I like to play the game "what if."

It's a story that the Bible would be better off without.

It shows god as a genocidal, moping maniac. Too many people see it as a literal historical fact, it becomes an easy breaking point for people that reject the bible as a literal book.

Maybe that's a good thing......

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23-02-2016, 02:00 PM
RE: Ken Ham's "Ark Park"
(22-02-2016 08:40 PM)Aliza Wrote:  
(22-02-2016 04:20 PM)JDog554 Wrote:  But they did not have special God magic

I dunno. I just think the whole story about Noah is a parable.

Oh, I'm sure it is, I was just being sarcastic.

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05-09-2017, 05:54 PM
RE: Ken Ham's "Ark Park"
The Genocide and Incest Park. Laugh out loadLaugh out loadLaugh out load



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