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usernamehere June 3rd, 2014 1:46am

Inspired by Think: Is the Bible a valid, academically verified scientific publication?

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pinkyusuck The Carribean. I wish.
06/05/14 9:56 am

It's never been proven wrong on anything which may be verified beyond a reasonable doubt. I believe that gives the rest of it credibility as accurate.

ladyniner81 I hate people
06/04/14 7:59 pm

I read somewhere that a lot of it "takes place" in Iraq

but no it's not a scientific publication.

pinkyusuck The Carribean. I wish.
06/05/14 9:57 am

Some of it does. Some in Egypt, Israel, Arabia, Europe, Turkey, all over the Middle East.

06/03/14 3:55 am, no

06/02/14 9:32 pm

Much of archeology gets its starting point from Biblical accounts.

06/02/14 7:40 pm

No, and wasn't meant to be. It is a written history of God and the Jewish people and God's redemptive plan for mankind.

madeit Houston Area
06/03/14 6:45 am

Precisely. The ridiculous notion that the bible was ever intended to convey scientific truth would have been laughed at by the biblical authors themselves. The ancients described truth in different ways than what our society currently values.

pinkyusuck The Carribean. I wish.
06/05/14 9:58 am

The Bible conveys many scientific ideas. All of them accurately

Spartacus AUSTIN
06/02/14 7:38 pm

No. The Bible is equal amounts religious ramblings and historical bullshit.

usernamehere Raise a little hell
06/02/14 7:40 pm

Definitely not the Bible...

Maj Worth Economist
06/02/14 7:56 pm

I understand that, but without some form of comparison, this description is ultimately meaningless. As far as I can tell, this question is asking if the Bible is JAMA. Of course it's not. Why is that even a question?

usernamehere Raise a little hell
06/02/14 8:11 pm

As compared to your average high school science textbook. The ones that actually teach science and not Jesus.

Maj Worth Economist
06/02/14 8:25 pm

You know... Given this Cracked article, you may want to reconsider your statement about textbooks ( ). ;)

MrWolfe Nashville
06/02/14 6:57 pm

It has certainly been used as a reference for historical accounts, but history and science are not exactly the same thing... so no