What!!?? Virtually all people on all continents have a flood story. To discount all of them would be the actual illogical thing to do.None of the kids are worshiping Disney, they know cartoons and movies are fiction, in the logical world we all know that the flood story is not true. You are forced to believe it, not because it makes sense, but because it's in the Bible.
:nono: I'd be interested in their story, but this isn't man's story, it is God's story. You and every other cult and atheist, do not seem to grasp that. The book itself claims divinity. Sorry, tough for you, but you can't change facts to suit your preconceived whims. "In Search Of" actually went looking for Noah's Ark. Imagine! that... :think: Who is really thinking and who turned off their brains because it didn't fit their notions? :think: One of us is CLEARLY wrong. Hint: One of us belongs to a group of people that make up the vast majority in the U.S. The other doesn't.If the flood story wasn't in the Bible and you never heard of it, but the story was recently discovered in a cave, you would naturally see how ridiculous the claims are.
Yeah, I wasn't really impressed when agnostics and atheists questioned. I'm still not. For instance, "If" Pangea existed, I'm pretty sure there was a global flood when it shifted and pretty sure no one survived UNLESS protected by God in an ark (one theory or speculation). I don't know how big your god is, but if he can't even do that, I don't want to follow him anyway (and I don'tBut you are apparently an intelligent adult who has to defend it because you have been convinced that God wrote the Bible.
Right. Matthew 4:4? No?You confuse faith in God with faith in the doctrine of inspiration.
Where in the Bible do you think you read that? None of them claim they were god. Are you talking about the Divinity of Jesus?I've never believed holy men in the church are divine.
Rather, the Bible purports not to be written by Moses, but rather he took dictation. Joseph Smith claimed to translate. There is no translating by Moses. Rather it was dictation and the Bible says so. Where you guys come up with oddities otherwise is beyond me. It is 'like you've never actually read the thing.' :dizzy: