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(Miami Herald)   Inspired by Hurricane Katrina, man is building an ark that is exactly like Noah's, assuming Noah's had a museum, gift shop, housed stray cats and dogs, and cost $1.5 million to build   (miamiherald.com ) divider line
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2013-04-14 10:41:30 PM  

Mock26: Resident Muslim: chewielouie: Nick Nostril: Noah was Jewish, so yeah, he probably had the $1.5 mil.

Noah wasn't Jewish.

So what was he?
And Abraham?


I also don't understand how Christ is the son of God, because he had a mother but no father, yet Adam who had neither, is not.

More importantly, where did the first grandchild come from?  First there were Adam and Eve.  Then there were children.  OK, everything is fine and good.  Adam farks Eve, Eve pops out a kid.  The gene pool at that time consists of Mom, Dad, sons, and daughters.  And that is where things get, well, awkward.  In order to produce grandchildren Adam would have had to fark one his daughters, Eve would have had to taken a pounding from one of her sons, or there was some West Virginian style brother-sister love.  And yet the bible teaches that incest is wrong.  What a great book.


Abraham, also not Jewish.

Incest was not prohibited until later.

It's really amusing sometimes to hear atheists explain what the Bible says. Have any of you actually read it, or do you just rely of what your have read on the internets?
 
2013-04-15 12:48:45 AM  
chewielouie:

It's really amusing sometimes to hear atheists explain what the Bible says. Have any of you actually read it, or do you just rely of what your have read on the internets?

We read it more often than theists do, which is unfortunate because the biggest argument for atheism is the bible read with a critical eye instead of confirmation bias.

http://www.pewforum.org/U-S-Religious-Knowledge-Survey.aspx
 
2013-04-15 02:38:29 PM  
Florida man
Florida man
does whatever a Florida can
 
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