(NOTE: This is not a group for the bashing, belittling, or debunking of other people's beliefs).
Peace be with you.
Discussing the theory of evolution and Christianity and why the two do not conflict.
A story, a moral, a game, and a question no one wants to answer.
An article about why atheism isn't a logical viewpoint and why I'm Christian.
We Christian brothers and sisters need to shape up.
This article contains a very interesting debate between evolutionist and creationist beliefs and is meant as support and encouragement for Christians...
Hehe, I hope everyone has a nice Easter Monday.
Anyone get a nice collection of Chocolate this year? :)
Happy Easter everyone!
Aye! Happy Easter folks.
Someone's rated every comment here with negative karma all the way down to page 15. I don't know what that achieved since I just amended the negs.
Upvote all future comments now to negate future trolling attempts.
The guilty pay the price.
I've had enough of the atheist group so I wrote this:
I've called out the trolls. Moddb allows their material so it was about time someone said something about it.
Awww. I wanted to see what it said.
But yeah, I'm surprised their group is still up. What they post is clearly against the ToS but I've learnt to ignore their group. At the end, I feel sorry for them. No, not that they haven't found the "path to the love of Jesus" as a typical Christian would state, no, I feel sorry that they house so much hatred in their hearts to the point where it rules their lives. Them being atheists is fine, their behavior on the other-hand isn't.
Proof that Noah's Ark was not only probable but possible:
I heard they found Noah's Ark in Turkey.
That's what the dailymail reported on back in 2010:
That discovery is most likely a hoax and there's no way to confirm it as factual until the location is revealed. Ron Wyatt's discovery is also claimed to be Noah's ark.
Personally, I think they're all hoaxes. The boat would be gone now. No wooden boat would have lasted that long and Noah likely dismantled it for the wood (it would make sense to).
There is increasing evidence of a flood having occurred though.
Irving Finkel of the British Museum recently spoke about Noah and the flood.
I've seen a few clips of it, but not much besides that.
Sounded good though.
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