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3:06 AM
@NotThatGuy "...it would be quite absurd to rely on the Bible to tell us anything about the world. Kind of feel like that's my argument rather than yours though." Wow. When man reads something which they (now) recognize is accurate, they are not supposed to rely on it?
 
 
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9:00 AM
@RevelationLad "When man reads something which they (now) recognize is accurate, they are not supposed to rely on it?" - no, they're not. Obviously they're supposed to rely on whatever supporting evidence led them to believing that's accurate. If I were to say smoking causes cancer because the Flying Spaghetti Monster told me so, you should believe that smoking causes cancer not because of my argument, but because we have overwhelming evidence supporting that conclusion.
 
 
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4:48 PM
@NotThatGuy Isaac Newton proved the Bible was wrong. Using his laws of motion he proved it was impossible for there to have been a moment of creation, as the Bible describes. Rather, he proved the universe had no beginning, but was an infinite unchanging place (in terms of expanding or contracting). The big bang theory proves Newton was wrong, both in his assessment of the natural world and the Bible. So what Moses wrote over 3,000 years ago was finally proven to be correct.
That does not come from a Flying Spaghetti Monster, but from an objective reading of words written down for all mankind to read.
 
5:40 PM
@RevelationLad I honestly have no idea how you're still having such a hard time understanding my very simple argument that completely undermines your entire argument.
 
 
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7:30 PM
@NotThatGuy And I have no idea how you can insist the Bible is 100% wrong and unreliable when the history of science has shown, objectively, the error in that opinion lies with flawed theories of the natural world, which when replaced with more accurate ones, proves the fallibility of scientific theory and the accuracy of the Bible.
Simply read the text and consider, is it accurate or not?
 
 
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9:20 PM
@RevelationLad Argumentum ad nauseam. Also, nice strawman.
 

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