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Left's Newest Inquisition: Deny Your God or Be Declared Unfit

Christine241 Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 9:24 AM
The Bible gives the ages of the patriarchs at the age their descendents were born, and then so on. It was from this that Mr. Ussher worked out his timeline. The Bible is the only book in the world that tells us about our past, our purpose, and our future. Scientists attempt to date the earth by assuming they know how much of a certain element should be in rock or in life forms (living or dead). This is an assumption on their part, which does not take into account the levels in rock during the Creation itself. The Bible gives us a timeline based on the ages and births of living men, showing itself to be oriented toward the lives of men. 4.5 billion years old? Think people. That is ridiculous. The earth was created for man.

Let the Blood Games continue.

Only weeks after election 2012 and years before election 2016, in a routine interview, a glossy pop magazine popped Florida Senator Marco Rubio with an oddball question: How old do you think the earth is? Rubio responded a bit clumsily and noncommittally. Smelling blood and opportunity, the wolf pack bared fangs and chased.

Their game is either to force Rubio to affirm a personal belief the earth is 4.5 billion years old—disturbing some of his religious supporters--or to mock and stigmatize him and others who could harbor any delusional...

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