The Fallacy of Biblical Stories, Part 2: Adam & Eve
By: Gordy327 • 77 comments • 2 months ago
Welcome to Part 2 of my series exploring the veracity of some biblical stories. If you missed Part 1: The Great Flood & Noah's Ark , feel free to check it out and comment, thanks. The focus of this part will be on what is one of the most well known stories within the bible, Adam & Eve. The bible not only begins with Creation and the creation of Adam & Eve, but the story itself...
Jul 14 12:firstname.lastname@example.orgPlagues are always fun to refute. And more people probably believe in that story than the tower of babel.
Jul 14 12:email@example.comHemophilia too. Look at the tsars.
Jul 14 12:firstname.lastname@example.orgThe plagues are a great one. So many rational explanations...but you do have to address them all at once !
The Fallacy of Biblical Stories, Part 1: The Great Flood & Noah's Ark
By: Gordy327 • 387 comments • 2 months ago
This article is the first in a series of articles I plan to write (depending on my available time and interest) objectively examining popular biblical stories to establish their veracity or likelihood of having actually occurred. While many people might view the stories as fables and allegories, some do view them as actual, literal events that have occurred (Looking at you Ken Hamm, lol)....
Jul 14 12:email@example.comRead Questions of Faith by John polkinghorn. Some people manage to reconcile their faith with science.
Jul 13 11:firstname.lastname@example.orgImagine when it encountered a storm.
Jul 13 11:email@example.comNot to mention .. there would have been no food once the waters receded, with all the animals killed and the plants dying from such long submersion, and all the freshwater would have become saline....