“Share this post on Facebook and Twitter because this is a huge discovery that goes against the conventional wisdom of our anti-Christian society.” Pardon my Esperanto, but this “anti-Christian society” stuff is utter horseshit. They’re actually turning people away from Christianity with this kind of nonsense.
It’s so entertaining when religious folks try to use scientific discoveries to add historical credibility to their myths. This fossil proves nothing about Adam and Eve, or any of the other Genesis stories. And let’s face it: they are just stories, not historical records. (I caution against clicking on the story link below, because their website is chock-full of annoying pop-ups and interstitials trying to get you to subscribe to their frothy-mouthed ravings.)
PHOTOS: New Fossil Discovery Provides Massive PROOF of Bible’s Story of Adam and Eve
A fossil from Brazil which has been hidden in a private collection for decades has now been determined by scientists to show a snake with four legs that it presumably used to walk on instead of slither on its belly.That is significant when you read the account in Genesis 3:14 where God cursed the snake by taking away his ability to walk, causing it forever after to have to “crawl on his belly.”
This is quite hilarious. So you have your religious panties in a knot because a show based on science doesn’t feature unprovable, untestable, philosophical, non-science topics? This is why you go out and make your own show which proves the universe was created by the magical invisible sky god. I’m dying to see some of your evidence and experiments. Oh wait, there are already thousands of such shows and movies available. None of them has any evidence, but it’s still a good effort.
Creationists Demand Airtime On Neil deGrasse Tyson’s ‘Cosmos’
Appearing on “The Janet Mefferd Show” on Thursday, Danny Faulkner of Answers In Genesis voiced his complaints about “Cosmos” and how the 13-episode series has described scientific theories, such as evolution, but has failed to shed light on dissenting creationist viewpoints. He said:
“I was struck in the first episode where [Tyson] talked about science and how, you know, all ideas are discussed, you know, everything is up for discussion –- it’s all on the table — and I thought to myself, ‘No, consideration of special creation is definitely not open for discussion, it would seem.'”