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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian63 View Post
    I believe with every fiber of my being that the Bible is the infallible, inerrant, most awe-inspiring text that has been ever written, and that God divinely inspired it and that I should adhere to its commands.
    That is usually stated at the end of the apologetics that have been thoroughly debunked.

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    If after the next couple of days of what I post you still believe evolution is even possible I will lose all respect for you.

    About women voting, the bible doesn't say one way or another - but when women did not vote, was the country better or worse off than it is today? At least when women didn't vote they didn't have any crazy feminists in the courts and the government.


    We cannot depend upon mythology, but we can depend upon the statements of the Bible concerning giants.


    Your reference to Noah's Ark and the world wide flood that the entire event was 1 year, is false. According to Genesis the flood lasted 40 days and 40 nights.


    (here I would normally include the exclamation, Dolt! But since I am new I shall withhold it for now, so consider it withheld, Dolt!)


    I can tell ya a movie that causez thiz much conflict and mumblingz haz got to be right on..


    He's first and foremost an atheist! YOU CAN NOT DENY THAT STATEMENT! That makes him a liar!


    AS for evolution and your big bang one question where did the dirt come from? so don't tell people that its not a belief as in a religon.


    In 1936,John XXIII, enunciated a serie of prophecies


    That reasoning is awful. We know Abraham Lincoln signed the Declaration of Independence, but we didn't MAKE him do it. He did it of his own free will.


    ...the Bible has always been proven correct in the long run, while there is not a shred of evidence to support it


    Do you believe in God? If you vote for ''no'' then you're a sinnet.

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    "mysterious ways"

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    I'd tell you but it's beyond your limited understanding of this world.

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