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Subj: Re: LGBD, please clarify this dispute
Posted: Sun Feb 20, 2022 at 06:45:12 pm EST (Viewed 199 times)
Reply Subj: Re: LGBD, please clarify this dispute
Posted: Sun Feb 20, 2022 at 05:01:01 pm EST (Viewed 203 times)

    Another error. They didn't think the world was flat in Roman times. They'd known for centuries that it was a globe. Eratosthenes even worked out the circumference of the earth to a surprising degree of accuracy in the second century BCE.

Then why did they think Atlas held up the heavens, bright boy? How would this make sense except for a flat earth, where the heavens sat atop a solid dome that Atlas was pressing? Either they believed in the mythology, or they didn't. Which one? Laff.

There may have been some, like Eratosthenes who understood better, but not everyone was educated, and the view didn't spread in Greece until the 6th or 5th century BC ( The mythology of the Greek gods predates the 6th century (, and so those who dreamed up the Greek gods thought the earth was flat.

Nice try! Your attempt to side track from the bigger point failed (again). Next time, check the historical timelines to understand the context.

    Your history is almost as poor as your theology.

LOL. So owned.

    Yes. He didn't know where they were. He didn't know who'd told them they were naked. Your error here is in thinking that the author of Genesis 1 had the same idea of a god that many modern people do. It's extremely clear from the text he didn't.


This is preposterous. You're a nut, seriously! I have NEVER misunderstood that God was playing anything but dumb with Adam. LOL, God even answered his question in the following sentence:

Genesis 3:11 - And he said, “Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten from the tree that I commanded you not to eat from?”

Only an imbecile would think that God wasn't asking a leading question. I think of all the missteps you made in this thread, this is the one to circle as your biggest logic fail.

    Ah. Okay. Well, lets run with that. Jesus too was divine and natural. A human with divine qualities. So Jesus is gibberish too, right? And those who believe that this contradiction of a being are all stupid? Yes?

Ugh, another fail. Jesus was imbued with the Holy Spirit, yes? The virgin birth - she conceived because the Holy Spirit came to her, yes? The Holy Spirit is supernatural, yes?


F paper.

*Ear pinch*

Stop talking and start listening.

    So how do you differentiate that from any other form of supernatural thinking? The god of the bible might have been a super powerful alien from another universe who just created ours on a slow day. Ghosts may be nothing more than images recorded on to their environment and a few unexplained natural phenomena.

Because the God of the Bible is supernatural: outside of the universe. He is not composed of the universe, it's more like a canvas on his wall. A pantheist, however, says the universe is God.

Good grief. This is elementary level.

    But it's not preposterous to understand there may be people who THINK a rock is god. It's not preposterous to understand that there are people who believe in the supernatural.

They may think a rock is God, but then they just misunderstand what God is.

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