posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 07:13 AM
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.