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Originally posted by Raud
I mean, if this was to be true, all we have ever known about the origin of man and the age of mankind...evolution...everything would be totally wrong.
I can't see that happening.
I know that more or less all history before we first started counting time is pretty much qualified guessing and the egyptian and sumerian civilizations (for example) might have existed thousands of years earlier that what we think now. Heck, even the Roman empire might have been much older than we think, I can go with that... But billions? Naah, I'm not sure about that.
[edit on 7-10-2007 by Raud]
Originally posted by Mystery_Lady
This goes against evolution, but not creationism. I can believe everything with a creationist point of view. The Earth is young, and not billions of years old. Yes, it has to be believed that God created man in his own image. I believe the first man Adam was extremely intelligent. He was the first created, and didn't sin as of yet.
After the fall, everything started to decline including man's intelligence. But the first people would have still been extremely intelligent capable of what has been shown on the other site. What wiped out all the evidence of how intelligent man was? The great flood.
Originally posted by ejsaunders
What ever happened to that footprint of a human foot and a dinosaur on top of each other?
Originally posted by Beachcoma
Note: Believe it or not, before I found this forum, I was quite ready to believe the garbage I read online. This forum provided the opposing viewpoint which balanced things out for me. All in all I'd say I'm better off now that I've been exposed to the sceptic's angle on things. It's a nice balance the way it is now -- not gullible nor closed-minded.