posted on Jul, 3 2017 @ 01:32 PM
a reply to: silo13
Another plot twist:
God can create an apparition of a hand to write what he wishes on the king's wall (which in this case, was the number of days before the kingdom fell)
in Daniel chapter 5. And of course, conveniently, Daniel is the only one who can interpret its meaning. (Because he's this cool, awesome magical
fella that can interpret dreams and such...smh.) If God can write, why could he not author his own book?
Imagine all the time that could have been saved by not having to second guess which of the prophets were legitimately talking to God. Especially if a
godly hand could simply manifest itself like in Daniel. If God wanted, he could have made this manifestation of a hand appear in every nation,
delivering 'his word' in any or every language.
But it doesn't. Because it's not real. No scientific evidence.
The Bible also does not mention any of our ancient ancestors. It doesn't mention Neanderthals. As we continue to uncover these ancient remains,
people cannot explain why it isn't mentioned anywhere in the Bible?
The bible was written by men. Men who wanted divine power to rule the masses. Neanderthals were long gone in the days of the bible's infancy, thus
the actual writer's of the bible didn't know of their existence.
Or....God didn't think is was important to mention?
But we can sure as hell bring up nephilim giants!
edit on 3-7-2017 by ReyaPhemhurth because: (no reason given)