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Danny  
June 28, 2008 8:16pm
 
To "The Hard Truth" once more,

It's a historical fact that people have been saying it for years. It will never come to pass. Spewing this apocalyptic prophecy nonsense is the exact sort of fear mongering that has kept the church in power. "Believe what we say or BURN FOREVER! OOGA BOOGA BOOGA!"

I'm sorry but I'll never subscribe to such absurdity. And further more, if I was shown things from the future that included things I'd never seen before I'd write the most precise descriptions. Otherwise anything I'd write would be irrelevant. The only way to get people to believe in a prophecy years down the line is to keep it so vague that any event could be made to fit. It doesn't make it true.

I've READ, as I've said numerous times before, the bible in it's entirety multiple times. I read it twice as a child, and twice before I finished high school. Revelations is an amusing myth but it holds absolutely no water. Also, labor/birthing pains is a horrible analogy because in most cases they happen just a few hours before labor. Thor and Loki will appear on the Empire State building having an epic battle before anything in the bible ever actually happens. And as we all know Thor and Loki don't exist. Neither does your god.

There's mountains of solid, irrefutable evidence that disprove your entire religious cannon. There is no solid evidence that anything in your book is true, especially not any of the supernatural things. There's no evidence to support your god exists but there's mounds of evidence that points to the lack of any sort of deity.

Abiogenesis disproves creation. Period. The geologic record proves that the earth is far older than it could possibly be if the bible were factual at all. There are things in the fossil record that weren't in the bible either. It would seem that common sense dictates that your book is full of stories written by those who only included what they encountered and, like all other primitive cultures, concocted a supernatural being as an easy answer for what they could not explain.
     
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