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Tuesday, April 04, 2006
Meteorolgists can't accurately predict whether it will rain tomorrow, let alone the temperature, but I'm supposed to believe that they can accurately tell us whether a lake could freeze for a few days here and there a few thousand years ago?
So a lake could have been frozen for a few days here and there during a 1000 year period... of which Jesus only lived for about 40. Given the track records of most weather men, I'm more inclined to believe the Bible than a statement like that... and I haven't been to church in a few years now.
Of course, anyone who has grown up in Wisconsin knows that "spring ice" is usually incredibly thin, and a male adult would easily break right through it. Not to mention that floating ice, bobbing on a lake is... well... kinda slippery. I think the apostles would've noticed Jesus trying to keep his balance.
This is just another attack on Christianity by Science. Science followers think that if they are able to somehow gin up a solution to certain problems in the Bible, then they prove the Bible is false. If they prove the Bible is false, then they prove that Christianity is a lie, and thus Science wins.Post a Comment
While I lean heavily towards Science, this is a huge stretch, and will not add to the credibility of Science in the debate.
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