Why would God raise humans through evolution?

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Re: Why would God raise humans through evolution?

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Post by RickD » Mon Mar 05, 2012 1:36 pm

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RickD wrote:Tsk, tsk. Round earth conspirators... :lol:
Murray, for the last time, just look out your window. Does the earth appear round, or flat? Be careful. If you walk too far, you'll walk right off the edge...
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Re: Why would God raise humans through evolution?

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Post by Stu » Mon Mar 05, 2012 2:17 pm

RickD wrote:The earth is flat, the bible says it, I believe it. 8-}2
:lol: Of course it's flat, was just teasing..
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Re: Why would God raise humans through evolution?

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Post by Murray » Mon Mar 05, 2012 5:04 pm

Stu wrote:
RickD wrote:The earth is flat, the bible says it, I believe it. 8-}2
:lol: Of course it's flat, was just teasing..

Oh its not a 3-d octagon?
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Re: Why would God raise humans through evolution?

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Post by Dallas » Tue Mar 06, 2012 5:59 am

RickD wrote:
Stu wrote:
RickD wrote:Tsk, tsk. Round earth conspirators... :lol:
Murray, for the last time, just look out your window. Does the earth appear round, or flat? Be careful. If you walk too far, you'll walk right off the edge...
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The earth is flat, the bible says it, I believe it. 8-}2
Does it really? Please tell me it doesn't!
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Re: Why would God raise humans through evolution?

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Post by RickD » Tue Mar 06, 2012 7:52 am

Dallas wrote:
RickD wrote:
Stu wrote:
RickD wrote:Tsk, tsk. Round earth conspirators... :lol:
Murray, for the last time, just look out your window. Does the earth appear round, or flat? Be careful. If you walk too far, you'll walk right off the edge...
Yes folks this guy is indeed part of admin :roll:
The earth is flat, the bible says it, I believe it. 8-}2
Does it really? Please tell me it doesn't!
Dallas, of course it doesn't. But, the flat-earthers actually take scripture, to try to back their flat earth beliefs. It just goes to show that one can take scripture out of context, to support just about anything.
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Re: Why would God raise humans through evolution?

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Post by Dallas » Tue Mar 06, 2012 8:47 am

RickD wrote: Dallas, of course it doesn't. But, the flat-earthers actually take scripture, to try to back their flat earth beliefs. It just goes to show that one can take scripture out of context, to support just about anything.
This is the same as the Earth being the center of the Universe, and not the Sun. Yeah?
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Re: Why would God raise humans through evolution?

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Dallas wrote:
RickD wrote: Dallas, of course it doesn't. But, the flat-earthers actually take scripture, to try to back their flat earth beliefs. It just goes to show that one can take scripture out of context, to support just about anything.
This is the same as the Earth being the center of the Universe, and not the Sun. Yeah?
I think you mean the center of our "solar system". Most of us don't believe our sun is in the center of the universe. ;)
And yes, many believed in geocentricity at one time, and used the bible to try to prove it.
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