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Discussion in 'Christian Forum' started by Plumgold1, Apr 1, 2013.
Mr. English teacher.. POSTING!! AW..
Watching every event unfold on the earth day and night 24/7/365. It's got to be a full time job??
Chef, does your dad know you're using his computer again?? I dont want you to get grounded and have your Playstation taken away like the last time.
English teacher...not so much. Guess again.
You're getting there. 4 out of 5 words in your post are spelled right. Take it slow big guy. If you get a headache, take a couple Tylenol and walk away for a few minutes.
I LOVE your christian attitude. How is that spelling Mr Science? Hey douche bag you ever heard of dyslexia?? You wrong little girl.. And a yankee to.. Go figure.
Ever heard of sarcasm?
Yes I've heard of dyslexia...thats all you had to say bro.
Please explain to me what type of attitude I'm supposed to have because I'm Christian. Dont make the false assumption that Christianity = weakness.
Dont make the false assumption that being Christian bars you from being sarcastic, sticking up for yourself, sticking up for other people, fighting, joking etc. Thats not it at all.
I do apologize if you took my sarcasm as a personal attack. I truely was joking around.
Where do dinosaurs come from?
God is all about order.A day to God is not a day in our time frame.A day is as a 1000 years,and a 1000 years is as a day.
What would have happened if there were no dinosaurs?
My thinking is the earth would have been over grown with plant life, there were carnivores and herbivores they kept things in order until man was created.
I'm not much for typing so these are my own cliff notes
If genesis was written in 1400's bc and a day to God is a thousand years, creationist say 8000 - 10000 years , evolutionists say billions of billions. Even by counting days by thousands of years untill now it's only like 3billion so it doesn't add up either way...
Dinosaurs were here... And now are gone....
Only one knows the complete truth of it...
No it's not "billions of billions"
The earth has been aged to about 4.5 billion with early microbial life beginning around 3.5 billion.