Audacity wrote:Nah! Nah! Nah! YOU SAID:abelcainsbrother wrote:Audacity wrote:Just kind of make it up as you go along. How convenient. Unless, of course, you have some kind of evidence.abelcainsbrother wrote:Audacity wrote: Sure he can, and did. The Bible doesn't come right out and use the word "hate" (I don't think any translator of the Bible would dare use the word), but God does show his anger at what he did in the following verses, which I think could be reasonably interpreted as a expressing hatred. He hated having created the human race, and so much so that he decided to kill all the innocent animals as well. This isn't mere dislike or loathing. It's out and out angry hatred.
"The Lord saw how great the wickedness of the human race had become on the earth, and that every inclination of the thoughts of the human heart was only evil all the time. 6 The Lord regretted that he had made human beings on the earth, and his heart was deeply troubled. 7 So the Lord said, “I will wipe from the face of the earth the human race I have created—and with them the animals, the birds and the creatures that move along the ground—for I regret that I have made them.”
Those innocent animals became tainted because of fallen angels,but also the bloodline and possibly genetically altered.
This has been known biblically,maybe not the genetically altered part,but blood tainting has been known.It comes down to choosing to believe God's word or not. Read Genesis 6:2 and try to believe it as you read it.An example is giants that the OT talks about,like David and Goliath. This kept happening even after Noah's flood too.God's word is revealed more true as time goes on and more is revealed.
Like the fact that scientists can and have produced half-breeds and are trying to create cyborgs,etc. Since Jesus said it will be as in the days of Noah when he returns and we can see scientists altering life genetically,it is like a new revelation being revealed.
........................................"Those innocent animals became tainted because of fallen angels, . . ."
And none of what you've said supports it, which just goes to show that you "Just kind of make it up as you go along. How convenient."
So god never said it, did he, nor is it in the Bible. You just kind of made it up as you went along didn't you. "Shame on you."Even if I didn't have evidence I'd believe God's word over man,because man has been wrong so many times throughout history,plus I was saved and it changed me and my whole perspective. You suddenly think differently than you did. If you want proof God is real? Get saved and be born again and you'll suddenly know the truth.
He does make things up, but I think he is sincere in believing that he is not
The way it works, near as I can tell, is that if he has a grain of sand, hd
can call it a beach; "I am not making it up; behold the sand!"
Then too, there is the SEDI ploy; same evidence, different evidence.
But there is more-because all them scientidts are blinded by evolution perspective,
while he is gifted by god with inerrant bible readin', he is incapable of being wrong.
So how could he think he makes it up as he goes along?