shygal47 Florida east coast
11/09/17 1:35 pm
I have no evidence, but OTOH there is more evidence than one can name in every flower, the blue sky, everything that surrounds me. And yet, I have no evidence that a non-believer would or could accept.
11/05/17 9:39 pm
A. Inter dependence of nature indicates planning not chance: Every living thing on earth requires other living things to say alive.
B. The interdependence of nature is
So-o-o-o intricate and developed taking into account hundreds of thousands of species that it could only have been engineered and executed by an extra-supernatural being, or, in other words God.
The book of God’s word (Bible) is over a thousand pages long. It was copied by hand -chapter and verse- for over 1500 years (est) with very little change to the original.
Most of the events in the historical books of the Bible have been found to be historically possible (follow an accepted historical timeline)
Hundreds (or more) ofArcheological finds have substantiated Bible stories
Historians of the first century corroborate some biblical events
I believe in the Jesus of the Bible. If some of the stories in the Bible are “myths” and not to be believed as fact, then ANY story could be myth, including the Jesus story.
ptellini GET OVER HERE
11/05/17 5:20 am
I think it’s interesting to see what Christians say. Everyone has a different appeal. Some have a historical view, consistency of content view, scientific view, etc.
All these give us at look at evidences of the Bible from a different aspect.
TheMadScientist the mad laboratory
11/04/17 8:05 pm
I believe this question is best addressed with allegory similar to what's in the Bible.
So, there was a body guard who was assigned some rich kid who would one day inherit his dad's cow farm. The security guy usually followed the kid around school, but he was in the bathroom when a fight broke out. The kid died. The dad cried a lot. The farm fell apart. The guard was fired. Without employment, his own family fell apart. Moral: You've got to protect your dairy heir.
Why am I saying this? Christians are not objective in their claims about the Bible. They have "skin" in the game. You've got to research your own scholars. Find who you trust. Learn the conversation at a more meaningful level.
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