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1 posted on 11/09/2009 9:18:41 AM PST by GodGunsGuts
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2 posted on 11/09/2009 9:21:30 AM PST by GodGunsGuts
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If someone chooses to believe that, it is their own business.

A day with God is as a thousand years (or millions, or billions); we don’t get to set His calendar.


4 posted on 11/09/2009 9:28:24 AM PST by JimRed ("Hey, hey, Teddy K., hot enough down there today?" TERM LIMITS, NOW AND FOREVER!)
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“Nothing's going to stay soft for 65 million years. You can take that to the bank.

Oh really? Try keeping this picture next to your bed.


5 posted on 11/09/2009 9:35:02 AM PST by WackySam (To argue with a man who has renounced his reason is like giving medicine to the dead.)
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I just love the response from the alleged expert: “I haven't been in the museum, I have not studied the evidence but it's all wrong and not science.” Really it's a laugh out loud statement.
8 posted on 11/09/2009 9:53:45 AM PST by svcw (The time is near at hand which must determine whether Americans are to be free men or slaves. GW)
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I know for a fact that humans walked with dinosaurs. I saw Raquel Welch do it.
10 posted on 11/09/2009 9:57:08 AM PST by colorado tanker (What's it all about, Barrrrry? Is it just for the power, you live?)
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[Horner] also stated, “You can't have a debate about science and opinion.”

I have to agree with him. All of the science points to the fact that there was once an inland sea covering much of North America. I can take anyone in Dallas to see white rock outcroppings that show without a doubt that the sedimentation layers were laid down along a long period of time -- not a single, global flood.

Furthermore, if all of the fossils were laid down in a single flood event, we would expect a uniform mixture of fossils. We don't find that. Instead, we find fossilized species grouped in specific layers -- the same layers that we find all over the world.

Did Noah's flood happen? Absolutely -- the Bible tells us so. Did it cover the entire planet? No. The Bible says that it covered eretz -- a word that can mean anything from a local region to the land of Israel (the most common usage) to the entire planet.

God's revelation to us through his creation is no less truthful than his revelation to us through his word. God's creation overwhelmingly tells us that the flood did not cover the entire planet. Since the Bible does not require the entire planet to be covered by a universal flood, then we should not force an arbitrary meaning to a word in the Bible.


14 posted on 11/09/2009 10:18:52 AM PST by DallasMike
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Lyin' Brian Thomas MS* is at it again...

Mary Schweitzer is famous for having proved that some dinosaur fossils from the nearby Hell Creek formation contain soft tissues, including blood cells.

No, dear Brian, Mary found FOSSILIZED soft tissue STRUCTURES, which she then DEMINERALIZED in an EDTA solution. Not one "blood cell" has been found.....but they did find FOSSILIZED blood cells.

Some things, Brian, need no argument to be made against them. Why give credibility to the lunacy that Man walked in the land of vegetarian T. rex?

15 posted on 11/09/2009 11:05:37 AM PST by ElectricStrawberry (Didja know that Man walked with 100+ species of large meat eating dinos within the last 4,351 years?)
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An engraved saying found in the exhibit area of California's Death Valley museum.

Only recently has truth began to triumph. Continuing research in many fields is finally sorting fact from fiction.

30 posted on 11/09/2009 12:40:08 PM PST by OldNavyVet
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The real debate is when the land now covered by sedimentary layers was flooded and for how long, not whether the land in question was once covered by water.

Creationists and evolutions are in perfect agreement that sedimentary layers were created when the landmass in question was underwater.

So it is a question of age and mechanism of action, not what occurred. Kansas, Pennsylvania, Montana, Mongolia, etc. were all once underwater.


36 posted on 11/09/2009 1:11:30 PM PST by Heliand
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