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Fun Fun Fun With Lucy, Neanderthal, And The Bible

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Posted by Whittier on April 23, 2003 05:30:50 UTC

Hi
John wrote:
" Anyone who really studies the Bible with an open mind and has looked into archeological research will discover that the Bible has never been proven wrong! Whereas (for instance) "Lucy", neanderthal man, and other fragmentary fossils purportedly of missing links have been proven to be either based upon unfounded assumptions or elaborate fakes, although they are perpetuated as true by the established educational authorities."


I agree with the value of studying the Bible with an open mind. Stormcrow posted to this forum a list of funny amazing quotes, all found in the Bible.
I consider the Bible to be worth reading for
deep reasons as well as the occasional humorous
passage. Do you feel I am being too bold by
freely choosing to consider the Bible rather
than merely obeying someone's demand that I
do so?
As for Lucy and Neanderthal et al, I do not
consider them discredited. If errors have
been found, they have not changed the apparency
of ancientness in our ancestry. Do you agree?

Kantolfir2




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