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Posted by Box Holder on March 15, 2002 05:02:18 UTC

Hi Mike

You asked:
"Can you please give me some examples showing the book of job contradicting with mainstream science?"


Hope this helps: One example Job is trying to say here is that in Job, Job is not approve by his peers, but the Big Boss agrees with Job not his peers after they argue, and science knows that could not be happening.

Example two: light and dark are not two different things. Light is the same as dark. Only the point of view changes. So Job is wrong.

Example three: There is no mention of Velikovsky in Job, and modern science has proven Velikovsky not Jewish. Therefore Job cannot be true in that particular instance. However, this does not keep Job from prevailing in the end, because The Big Boss did not mind Job's high ideals, and modern science has proven the Big Boss was right about that...Job will not prevail in the end over his peers if they are Jewish, because this would not be right. But if Job is Jewish, The Big Boss will not mind. However, science again is indecisive on this question.

This is not as easy as it looks.

Thank you.

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