Well, in the real world, that's not an answer.
Answers are comprensible to the questioner, or he continues to ask questions.
Even when they're five years old.
You don't think I've answered the question.
You, who are claiming that the answer is an answer whether or not the enquirer understands it, are bitching that the answers I'm providing you aren't actually answers because you're too ignorant to understand the answer.
You have made allusions, but you haven't in any way demonstrared how your allusions are meaningful, relevant, or necessarily denote an inconsistency.
But, as I said -- its your claim, and it is up to you to support it.
If you choose not to, then it remains meaningless.
So, when you can demonstrate your claim of inconsistency within the bible, you let us know.
Last edited by Goobieman; 11-12-09 at 01:57 PM.
That you will not do so says all that needs to be said.
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If so, what amount of fresh water would need to be dumped on teh earth to achieve this?
If not, would a worldwide flood kill the freshwater or saltwater species?
If God made life on other planets why not tell us?
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