Jesus didn't exist.
4/21/2007 1:49:36 AM
But science does explain how people can walk on custard =D
4/21/2007 10:26:58 PM
If you replace \"science\" with \"The Bible\" it makes FAR more sense...
4/22/2007 2:10:17 PM
Actually, science deals with reality, and thusly your book is flawed.
5/17/2007 8:34:30 PM
Science as it existed in 33 AD couldn't have explained David Blaine, either.
10/25/2007 3:16:06 PM
So, since science can't explain something that violates the most basic tenets of physics, and is documented once in a book LOADED with inaccuracies, hyperbole and metaphors, SCIENCE is fallible?! Also, bearing in mind that this all took place in a DESERT, did it occur to you that someone could have seen someone walk across a mirage (You know, like that shimmering effect you see on a road during a hot day...?) and interpreted it as a man walking on water?
10/25/2007 3:24:52 PM
Jesus didn't walk on water.
5/14/2009 9:57:41 AM
Actually science explains why a man CAN'T walk on water, douchebag.
5/14/2009 11:19:02 AM
Science cannot explain Criss Angel... MINDFREAK!
3/6/2010 12:07:01 PM
despite being remarkably stupid, i can feel the smug oozing from this post
5/9/2010 1:16:00 PM
Science can't explain how broomsticks can fly. Harry Potter flew on a broomstick.
Science can't explain how water could make a human being melt. Dorothy threw a bucket of water on the Wicked Witch of the West and she melted.
Science can't explain how a pumpkin can turn into a coach. Cinderella's Fairy Godmother turned a pumpkin into a coach so that Cinderella could ride to the ball.
Science can't explain the existence of Fire Swamps and Rodents of Unusual Size. But Westley and Buttercup had to pass through the Fire Swamp where they were attacked by an ROUS.
Science doesn't explain how anyone can hold their breath under water for hours on end. Beowulf holds his breath for at least several hours when he dives into the lake and fights Grendel's mother.
Science can't explain how simply looking something can turn people into stone. The Gorgons (including Medusa) turned everyone who looked directly at them into stone.
Science can't explain how wolves can talk. But Little Red Riding Hood talked to a wolf.
Science can't explain how you can walk through the back of a wardrobe into an alternate universe. But Lucy Pevensie and her siblings walked through the back of a wardrobe to get into Narnia.
Therefore science is limited . . . to discussing things observed in the real world, rather than dealing with claims made in books that could very well be fictional. (Yeah, no one knows with 100% absolute certainty that the Pevensie children didn't use a magical wardrobe to get into Narnia. But until we have any further evidence that they did, or that they even existed, outside of the Chronicles of Narnia, I think that it's safe to say that it's probably not true.)
5/9/2010 2:02:27 PM
Criss Angel walked on water. Does that mean he's the new messiah?
5/10/2010 4:37:13 AM
Jesus never existed.
5/10/2010 6:48:44 AM
Actually, science can prove that it is not possible to walk on water for a human being. It has to do with surface tension and mass, that is why certain insects can walk on water.
Maybe Jesus was a bug.
5/10/2010 7:05:27 AM
Mythbusters walked on water. They used science, and we even have video footage to prove it.
We reject YOUR reality and substitute our own.
8/17/2010 7:46:23 AM
What?! Is this person speaking English?
8/22/2010 2:07:36 PM
And we know that Jesus could walk on water because....the bible says so?
Try and listen carefully, now, because this is getting tiresome: Just because the bible says something does NOT necessarily make it true. Get it??
I suppose walking in very shallow water could look like walking on water, if you were stoned enough and had the sun shining in your eyes. An optical illusion, then, is credible perhaps.
8/23/2010 1:35:04 AM
Back it up bud. You first need to prove Jebus actually did walk on water and that there wasn't a scientific explanation of how he did it.
3/20/2012 2:21:55 PM