posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 07:30 PM
Jesus was completely real. We all know that there are zombie and that he was white despite the fact that the entire region is populated with folks
who look like Saddam Hussein and not Ted Nugent!!
I can't believe that people still debate mythological stories.
What's next, Olympus is real and Zeus was found in the form of a goose making a child?
Or Rush Limbaugh isn't a junkie, dope addict?
Or Bill Clinton didn't screw us by making China the "most favored nation"?
this post of yours is what is commonly called a straw man argument. you erect an easy target to shoot down that barely resembles your actual target.
the slight similarity allows for debate, whilst still giving you the pleasure of ignoring wide swaths of history that don't support your current world
view. for example, most of the places and people in the old testament have been discovered since the advent of archaeology. turns out, the old
testament is actually a historical text. the point of contention then is the "magic" in the old testament, but even that is sufficiently covered with
science. allow me to provide examples:
--virgin birth = artificial insemination
--creation of life forms in the image of older life forms = cloning
--creation of new life forms = recombinant dna
--flying in the sky = aircraft, spacecraft
--suddenly materializing = all kinds of tech and/or features of the quantum universe, such as quantum teleportation (which see), radar reflection,
light bending and frequency phasing
--drying up of the red sea = directed, heated airflow causing evaporation and drying
--raising from the dead = advanced medicine
--heaven = different quantum phase
--heavens = the sky
--flood = ice age melt
--mist rising up from the ground, watering the earth = a greenhouse, garden environment
etc etc. and that's not even counting the hundreds of other examples from various religious and non-religious traditions, such as mind over matter
and the power of positive thinking.
edit on 9-10-2013 by undo because: (no reason given)