3 comments on “No, that new fossil discovery doesn’t prove your Bible stories are true

  1. Excellent story! I always expected that science would prove biblical stories. There is a god! The dead carpenter really did rise from the grave! A god destroyed the city of Sodom! There really was a world flood to destroy wickedness! Hallelujah!
    Seriously, biblical scholars should read the Gilgamesh Epic, written in Mesopotamia around 2100 BCE. They will wind almost all of the biblical stories written here – about 600 years before the book of Genesis was written. But then again, I really wouldn’t want to infringe on the rights of certain people to totally ignore reality!

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  2. You definitely have to ignore reality to believe in some of this stuff. This fossil must have been from millions of years ago. Don’t they believe the earth is only 6,000 years old?? They pick and choose what to believe when it fits their own bias, and toss the rest out the window.

    One of my favorite books is “Fingerprints of the Gods” by Graham Hancock. He talks a lot about the Mesopotamians in there which is interesting, and in one chapter he talks about how some stories from the Bible actually exist in hundreds of other religions and mythologies. The great flood, the virgin birth, the resurrection…all of that shows up in the myths from other cultures before appearing in the Bible. Fascinating stuff.

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