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Can Science Ignore The Assumptions Within Genesis?

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posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 11:34 AM
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originally posted by: Raggedyman
a reply to: Woodcarver

Oh crikey
You didn't watch the tube clip

No surprise there

Talk talk

Sorry woody, all you did is bag the man and ignored the video
He has some great evidence, ignore it if you like but.. Please don't say there is no evidence, makes you look insincere


What's interesting about this second irruption, the great usurper didn't start this one. This came out of left field, these want a be usurpers are in chains right now. There was a second irruption of these fallen angels, smaller in number and more limited in area, for they were for the most part confined to Canaan “the nations of Canaan.” These abnormal beings is what Yahweh was getting rid of. But this second irruption took place on Yahweh’s land, the land he promised to Abraham. 


These abnormal beings were to be cut off, and driven out, and utterly destroyed (Deut. 20:17; Josh. 3:10) but Israel failed. We do not know how many got away to other countries to escape the general destruction. If this were recognized, it would go far to solve many problems connected with Anthropology?




posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 01:56 PM
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a reply to: factoverfiction

There is ample evidence for a catastrophic event, probably s flood, that occurred in the ancient world. Not just the mythology but we have under water pyramidal structures that can't be PROVEN wrong because they exist.

I will agree about the Exodus, Moses and Solomon and most of the, if not all, 'heroes' of the Old Testament.

But I think you're giving science too much credit. People who don't like religion that like science can get very cultish about their beliefs or theories. They argue about the unprovable with the same amount of vehemence as the religious.

I'm not saying science is a cult, just that it sometimes behaves as one (metaphorically speaking).

edit on 26-3-2016 by Heresiarch because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 02:24 PM
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a reply to: newnature1

That is gnosis not proof of a singular deity. I can quote things from my polytheistic faith too, but again not proof.



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 02:25 PM
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a reply to: Raggedyman

Come now you do exactly the same thing when you do not like the discussion. You would not be a hypocritical type would you?



posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 07:00 PM
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a reply to: Heresiarch
There's proof of climate change yes maybe a localized flood here and there but it is impossible for a flood to cover the entire world up to every mountain top. It would take 5 times the amount of water in the ocean to cover the world to every mountain top and the pressure in the atmosphere would crush your lungs. I don't doubt that the earth changes after all Antarctica hasn't always been covered in ice just like the middle east hasn't always been hot and dry. Coastal lines change and those pyramids or structures we find under water weren't always but it doesn't prove a great flood caused by angry God it proves that the earth changes.. Look at the continents they where together at one time you can't deny that if you've ever completed a simple puzzle. As for noahs flood story, I call plagiarism anyways they ripped off Babylonians Gilgamesh story and summerians flood story.
Bible fail

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posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 01:57 AM
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God just sat for awhile looking at this new black substance structure from his throne room, letting the great usurper sweet it out. As the great usurper sat in this black substance board out of his mind, all of a sudden a wind (invisible force) from God swept over the water. From God’s throne room he said, “Let there be light.”

How do you think God got light into the beginning of the universe? Maybe using some kind of prism, and bounced that light into it. Interesting how that black substance structure contained that light.



posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 02:41 AM
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a reply to: factoverfiction

It's a definite rip off of Utanapishtim and a great deal of Mesopotamian mythology. There is even a Chaldean version, which was before they were more than just a small priest caste and not even yet a nation. Everyone was doing flood myth's. It's the only consistently told mythology really.

But a myth nonetheless. Underwater pyramids sure are interesting though, and that is not mythology and not Mesopotamian but off the coast of Japan. Something happened.



posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 03:05 AM
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originally posted by: Heresiarch
a reply to: factoverfiction

It's a definite rip off of Utanapishtim and a great deal of Mesopotamian mythology. There is even a Chaldean version, which was before they were more than just a small priest caste and not even yet a nation. Everyone was doing flood myth's. It's the only consistently told mythology really.

But a myth nonetheless. Underwater pyramids sure are interesting though, and that is not mythology and not Mesopotamian but off the coast of Japan. Something happened.


Yes something happened, the great usurper tried to breed the human race off this earth.



posted on Mar, 27 2016 @ 10:06 AM
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Genesis 1:1 shouldn’t have happened. The bible assumes that the great usurper exits and never questions that assumption. The earth flooded out proves the great usurper is not an unfounded assumption. The beginning of the universe is in Genesis 1:1. Darkness was upon the earth, it appears the earth is in some kind of black substance. The great usurper and those who helped him out are on the earth, but would they be willing to explore this black substance? This black substance is so dark, the great usurper can’t see his hand in front of his face. Now the earth, the opposite of the created order is ‘nothing,’ (water). But to the ancients, the opposite of the created order was something much worse than ‘nothing’ (chaos). 


God just sat for awhile looking at this new black substance structure from his throne room, letting the great usurper sweet it out. As the great usurper sat in this black substance board out of his mind, all of a sudden a wind (invisible force) from God swept over the water. Now God is a spirit being, meaning his body is composed of a substance called spirit. God also has a unique kind of life within that body composed of that substance called spirit, but the life God has within himself produces some kind of light (His glory). It was this glory that used to be the light to the earth, but God couldn’t control it, his glory just shines. As God sat in his throne room, out of nowhere he said, “Let there be light.” 


Now, somehow from God’s throne room he was able to focus his glory into a beam and bounced that beam of glory off of a prism of some kind. The glory beam from the other side of that prism went into that black substance structure, yet that black substance structure contained that glory. So as the great usurper and follow usurpers sat on the earth, as the earth turned, they spend time in that glory and then spend time in that black substance. Time, this is something else unique about this black substance structure, an hour is an hour, something the usurper's never experienced.



posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 07:26 AM
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a reply to: Raggedyman




How quaint You attack the man not the evidence


The guy has no credibility what so ever. Kent Hovind or excuse me "Dr." Hovind got his PhD in a freaking mobile home.
Seriously go read his dissertation,it's a laughable piece of work.




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