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Discussion in 'The War Room' started by lecter, Feb 28, 2017.
Serious question, how far off from reality do you believe that is? Think about that.
Chicken or the egg argument. Somewhere at some point in ancient history, a male and female blob of flesh got together and began the evolution of people and there obviously had to be interbreeding at times.
heldens memes dont make any sense aand are low quality but anytime someone criticizes them he gets butthurt and spams a bunch of shitty ones (1 per post for maximum spam), so its best to just ignore him
That is not how evolution works. There was never a "first human". Apes bred with apes and birthed other apes, some were born with slight genetic abnormalities due to mutation. Then those apes bred with other normal apes, and passed on their genetic abnormality to their offspring. Over time and many generations, these mutations compounded to the point where the apes could no longer produce viable offspring with the other apes, hence new species are formed.
The bible story is 100% bullshit because a) 2 humans populating the entire world is ridiculous b) immediate interbreeding like that (mother son) would yield offspring far too unfit to survive the harshness of the environment with too many genetic disorders.
This story made sense for the people who wrote the bible, because they were clueless about human biology.
Just like the story of Noah's Ark made sense because they were clueless about geology, geography and had no idea just how many different species of animals exist
Yes I'm aware, as is everyone, that the bible is a fictitious account. Its a book of fables that people use as a moral compass.
Any species begins with the breeding of two though.The bible is not far off there. At some point we're all descended from the same place.
Truth hurts, huh?
Back to the Gayberry with you!
I was laughing when i opened this thread and somehow burst out laughing still...laughception
wow that's amazing. any idea who that's by?
Dont know. Seen it on social media.
LOL, fucking amazing.
Hence the meme: Christians believe humanity began from a single inbreeding family
Also I wouldn't be so sure about this:
Ask the usual suspects in the War Room and they'll tell you its a factual account of creation of the world
Anthropogenic Warming - "SHOW US THE EVIDENCE!!!" *shows them the evidence* "Corrupted data by greedy climate scientists, I DEMAND CONCRETE PROOF!!!"
Validity of Christianity - No evidence needed from our side.. "ITS YOU WHO MUST PROVE US WRONG!!11 ROFLLOL"
All true, but still please shut the fuck up in the Meme thread.
I'm posting memes and they are replying to me, wtf am I supposed to do?
you're an ape
new species formed by transferring the rib. this level of ignorance is unbelievable. it's almost as if in the last 6000yrs since creation we've learned nothing.
I actually think that would be directly against the grain of many (maybe most) of churches in the country. I dated a girl in high school who's entire family believed the Bible was literal, and scoffed at the idea that they were fables. For example:
"Did Jonah really live in the belly of a whale?"
"Ah yes, yes he did. God is good indeed."
"So they had ALL the animals on that boat?"
"They sure did, each and every one in pairs, bless the Lord."
That is just what most churches preach. The reason they preach it that way is pretty simple, it's a slippery slope to pick and choose which parts of the Bible actually happened. If a church says that Jonah may not have actually lived in the belly of a whale, that opens up questions about whether Jesus was actually resurrected. You can't question that part of the story because it is the basis of the religion, but it is just as supernatural as the whale story.
I think a lot of problems could be avoided if everyone took the same stance as you are right now regarding religious fables as opposed to accurate recollections of actual events. For all religions, obviously.
For your sake I hope she was a fucking demon in bed for you to put up with that bullshit
You're confusing faith with something else. Faith is a belief with the absence of evidence. I honestly do not believe the majority of people who have faith in the teachings of the bible actually believe its a 100% accurate historical account.
I just did a quick search on the topic because I was curious as to what these numbers actually look like as far as taking the Bible literally.
Gallup did a survey and here are the results.