posted on Aug, 12 2013 @ 12:46 AM
reply to post by markosity1973
If you would have read the article, you would have found that they were actually hoping to find / live on a Polynesian island. Their boat was damaged
on the way, which was out of their control. Accidents happen. Who cares who is going to pay for it? Is that all atheists are worried about these
days? Materialistic much?
Luckily they were found and rescued. It is unfortunate they didn't have a radio to call the Coast Guard, which, I'm sure before they left Arizona they
help pay for with taxes.
FYI, did you know Christopher Columbus believed God led him to try to sail westward from Europe to reach the Indies? Without that, he would have
never "discovered" America. It's funny how many things were accomplished because of a belief in God.
When people say, "Let's see where God takes us", it is normally more of a figure of speech mixed in with a little bit of faith. You people read the
article and assume they were being 100% literal, and just aimlessly sailed off into the vast ocean. They didn't do that, they had vague direction
they wanted to go, but their boat was damaged on the way. But since you people are so quick to argue about religion, you turned this into a God
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