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Wow. YOU FAIL.
3/1/2008 2:59:13 AM
3/1/2008 3:01:59 AM
- Well, obviously, PLANTS died! If dinosaurs were eating them!
- What the heck are 'carnal suppositions'?
- One Jehovi is bad grammar. It's one JehoVAH, two Jehovi. Twelve of them make a Jehovax.
3/1/2008 3:18:31 AM
I suppose all that gasoline you need to drive your Hummer through your suburban hell was made with God's special crude love sauce.
3/1/2008 3:28:00 AM
God couldn't have done something?
GOD IS NOT OMNIPOTENT AND THEREFORE FAILS. QED.
3/1/2008 3:31:41 AM
This post smells like something died between your ears.
3/1/2008 3:46:17 AM
So the plants that the dinosaurs ate lived?
3/1/2008 3:48:54 AM
If T-rex tried to graze he would fall over. You fail.
3/1/2008 4:02:29 AM
In Eden, the T-Rex would be in great shape, unlike after the Fall where he spent all his time on the stairclimber machine and didn't do enough bench presses.
3/1/2008 4:07:23 AM
As bad as the credibility of the Bible creation fables are, they pale in comparison to the hilariously idiotic concepts fundies invent to cover their obvious flaws.
3/1/2008 4:13:18 AM
Adam and Eve ate fruit. They obviously had metabolism. To have metabolism suggests that they must have ate something to survive. Eating kills an organism. Therefore, there had to be death before the fall. Since this is a contradiction, the account is flawed and can be disregarded.
3/1/2008 4:15:33 AM
"Have to stick with the Word and not fables...."
And irony meters implode all over the planet.
3/1/2008 4:22:09 AM
Right, because plants aren't living or anything.
3/1/2008 4:27:16 AM
that's somewhat right, except it was nothing inside the garden that died before the fall, but I guess that varies with what version of God's infallable word you use
3/1/2008 4:30:20 AM
3/1/2008 4:31:24 AM
You know, if there is no god, all of these "problems" are solved.
3/1/2008 4:46:52 AM
He's probably expecting everything was frugivorous (eating the fruit doesn't kill the plant, and some seeds need to go through a digestive tract to get a better chance to germinate).
Granted, that's not what "grazing" signifies (rapid regeneration, I guess he expects?), but...
But come to think of it, wasn't it Paul who inaugurated the idea that death came with Adam? So what does that make of any pre-Paul Jews who theorized that at least plants and animals may have been mortal in Eden?
3/1/2008 5:19:33 AM
"Have to stick with the Word and not fables or carnal suppositions."
Seriously? No, seriously.
3/1/2008 5:58:28 AM
Following your logic, nobody ate anything, for grass, trees, fruit, flower are living things, and they wouldn't be killed either?
When you shit, do you ask for salt?
3/1/2008 7:25:58 AM
3/1/2008 7:45:00 AM
To the people who questioned whether the plants that the dinosaurs ate before the Fall died, I've actually seen a fundy use this argument:
Leviticus 17:11 reads "The life is in the blood". Plants have no blood, therefore they aren't alive and can't die.
3/1/2008 7:50:30 AM
They didn't eat Meat, just meat supplement.
3/1/2008 8:23:32 AM
This is utterly absurd. Why does OUR free will have to affect the lives of the animals(who haven't any)?, moreover, why do some part of the original sin have to affect the rest of the creation and others not(for example, why did only Adam have to work the land and Eve have to bear children with pain, but, apparently, not the rest of the animals?). I have read that passage and God speaks about death addressing only Adam and Eve. Science, on the other hand, is blatantly clear, animals died in times and places where humans didn't exist. And the idea that death came into world through Adam is St Paul's idea. The problem is, he's not referring to PHYSICAL death, but the awareness of the finitude of life. But of course, as you insist on reading only the translation made in an English you don't understand...............
3/1/2008 8:38:24 AM
My irony meters and faux logic meters are blowing up like a 1812 overture done with Nukes!
3/1/2008 8:39:48 AM
so there was no death but everyone was killing plants then, huh?
EDIT: oh, I see my argument's already been 'debunked', lol
3/1/2008 11:12:28 AM
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