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Diversity in Races Disproves Literal Translation of Bibile.

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posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 01:30 PM
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Skyfloating

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No I am not mistaken.

The Bible tells us that the world was created in six days, and fixes the epoch of this creation at about 4000 years before the Christian era.


The Bible says NO such thing and you could quote where it does. Many Christians say such silly things, but the Bible doesnt. This 6000-year idea is based on interpretations of biblical-family trees and false assumptions of how long humans lived in those days.


Christians tend to mistake that narrative for the story of humanity, the lineage relate to the jewish line to establish the credentials of the coming messiah.

The first books are a parable told to Moses by god after the exodus account, about how god separated Jewish people from the dirt of the earth (check in on how the Jews view the Goyam).

People forget, Cain and Abel the firstborns of Adam and Eve, when Cain killed abel, who did cain go into exile with, who where those people?

Christians are quick to forget their faith has Jewish origins, and those origins have deep meaning to their own faith, even a jewish seder symbolism can have meaning to christian faith.




posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 03:00 PM
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I've noticed that no black people that have been in Europe since the Moors, and maintained ethnic insulation are not suddenly turning white, not even a little bit.

Neanderthals, who had a MUCH longer time of adapting to colder climate conditions, over 700,000 years since break away from common ancestor, are responsible for all the cream in our coffee that made white people happen.

The greater concentrations of Neanderthals, the more co-mingling occurred, the greater concentrations of fair skinned people you'll find, and all along the geographical edges of that happening, we get various shades of brown and red people.
As humans migrated East, they also picked up some DNA from the Denisovans where we find people with Asian heritage such as, Polynesians, Chinese and the like with higher percentage mixture of Denisovan added in in addition to the already extent Neanderthal.

We can map the physical progress of human migration over land with fairly certain accuracy using DNA.

Anyone falling for the logical fallacy of argument from incredulity and argument from ignorance in making statement that we don't know "enough" about DNA to make such maps is wrong, and incapable of intellectual honesty enough to concede technological and scientific progress because they don't understand it themselves, and most often because they disagree since it upsets their own biases.



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 03:40 PM
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...incapable of intellectual honesty enough to concede technological and scientific progress because they don't understand it themselves, and most often because they disagree since it upsets their own biases.

Ditto...


If we pretend some magical deity swooshed in and created mankind "in his image", the only logical conclusion with available data would be that this god looks Sub-Saharan Black African because it's the only pur blooded human race, and this Abrahamic deity isn't known for much tolerance when it comes to man sleeping with the beasts in the field (Neanderthal, and/or other hominids).



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 04:13 PM
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They tend to miss this little nugget as well.

Gen. 5:2
Male and female created he them; and blessed them, and called their name Adam, in the day when they were created.

Note the use of THEIR. The name Adam is translated as mankind.



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 04:25 PM
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Shadow Herder

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I believe you are mistaking biblical years (6000) as actual time. I was under the impression that they are speaking in terms of 1 year being hundreds of human years. We already know humans have been living on earth FAR longer than 6000 human years.


No I am not mistaken.

The Bible tells us that the world was created in six days, and fixes the epoch of this creation at about 4000 years before the Christian era. Previously to that period the earth did not exist. At that period it was produced out of nothing. Such is the formal declaration of the sacred text, yet science, positive, inexorable steps in with proof to the contrary.

The history of the formation of the globe is written in indestructible characters in the worlds of fossils, proving beyond the possibility of denial that the six days of the creation are successive periods, each of which may have been of millions of ages

Sorry but you are mistaken.
Do a little research of the hebrew word "day".
You will see that it has three distinct meanings.
One of those being 24 hours and another being a vast amount of time.
The six days of creation could not have been 24 hours because the sun and moon were not created until day 4.



posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 05:53 AM
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Ah... another who cuts and pastes a statement because he has no thoughts of his own. This is how propaganda spreads dude. You just use another's words and not your own.



posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 07:13 AM
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Most people end up thinking the bible and those who believe in it are stupid because they are just wrong about the bible, and ignorant Christians actually believe this stuff, so it's like, "See, they said it too, and they're stupid!"

First, you are not translating from the original language regarding the age of the earth. Genesis 1:1-2 does not say the Earth was created from nothing 6000 years ago. It says the Earth became without form and made void as in it was destroyed much as when a nasty hurricane devastates and area and nothing is left in it's wake.

If you read a story like that do you think suddenly there is a void of nothingness or that what was once there on the surface is gone? Well, that is exactly what the bible says, and Peter even speaks of the Age that was, this age, and the age that is to come. It's called an Aeon in Greek, and it refers to a time of existence where things change. The OT speaks of that age as well when the sons of God dwelled together before the fall of Lucifer and then God destroyed that time otherwise called Tuhu va Buhu in Hebrew.

Regarding Noah's flood, it does not say the entire world was flooded, but the earth which is "eretz" in Hebrew and can be viewed as dirt, region, city, or world. There is ancient Chinese record of a great flood that went to the top of Mt. Ararat, and in Genesis 6 we knew the reason for the flood was to wipe out the influx of the Nephilim who were offspring of angels and daughters of men, and that of Noah's race, only his family was left with a pure gene pool which if they had been infested as the other Adamic children, then the promise of the Messiah through that line would have been destroyed, and thus Noah and his family had to be saved, and the Geber /Nephilim had to be removed though some still were around after that and thus David killed Goliath. There are are other stories of giants like Og of Bashan.

Jesus said it would be just like the days of Noah when he returns, and we shall see these hybrid problem again. I think this explains much of the "alien" stories of hybrids.

I often wonder if people are just out to prove the bible wrong or are they really looking for truth? I do expect to get backlash from both God haters and Christians because they don't want to examine the original words of the bible, but like their traditions.



posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 07:20 AM
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Sorry but you are mistaken. Do a little research of the hebrew word "day". You will see that it has three distinct meanings. One of those being 24 hours and another being a vast amount of time. The six days of creation could not have been 24 hours because the sun and moon were not created until day 4.
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Gen 1:5

And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.

How do you apply that to the above verse. Would you say that god is calling the light a vast amount of time as well? I have read the argument about yom/yowm a few times in the past and fail to see the merit in it. If the texts weren't so specific as to point out day and night as well as morning and evening I could see it to some degree. I have seen no textual evidence to truly argue that it couldn't be literal days. The hebrew words in context imply day an night not an expanse of time.



posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 04:22 PM
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Oh great here we go again. Race this race that. Scientifically speaking there are actually just ONE RACE on the earth and that is HOMO SAPIEN SAPIENS. We all can trace our lineages back to mitochondrial Eve. Time and climate DO have a effect on outward appearances and other superficial things.

Also if we were different races humanity would have a very hard time mating woudnt they? Because the DNA would not be compatable if that was the case. We have different ethnicities though but that is not reflective of a seperate race.

Race is just another way for the Governments/churches/ to divide humanity and to keep us all in line and un able to work together.





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