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The Ark Was Not Necessary

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 14, 2002 00:28:59 UTC

It's a nice story and perhaps a few of Noah's pets survived on the ark. But actually just as God created dinasaurs and all the other species some 1500 years earlier, during the flood, which was really just a cover up, God killed off all the land species and recreated the species that he thought were good.

The whole thing about a flood and an ark was just a means to cover up the creation process. He even put fossiles in the ground layer after layer, so that in the future scientists would not be able to discern that God had revised his plan for earth.

This whole thing about rapture is exactly the same thing. In an instant God will take all the creationists who literally believe in the bible just like he took the dinasaurs. My guess is that they are no longer useful to his plan for earth.

Perhaps the dinasaurs were raptured.

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