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

StephenFR Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 7:39 PM
I have been asked this question before. My answer is similar to the authors. We, here on earth measure time in relation to the rotation of the earth about its axis and its orbit around the son. So in that measure 4.5 billion years. However, as God is not of this earth it would be silly to assume that he would measure time by the same standards. So in regard to your real question, which apparently are afraid to ask, do I believe that God created the universe? Most definitely. After all, what is the measure of a day in the life of an eternal being? I have been called derogatory names for this answer, and told that it is a stupid answer, but I have never had a lib be able to either answer that question.
Real_American_Dave Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 7:44 PM
Is your lame question "After all, what is the measure of a day in the life of an eternal being?"

It's still a day as measured by the rotating axis of your choice. Jeez.
anderson659 Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 1:22 AM
Dave:

Are you stupid? Or just pretending? The question is clear, why do you have a problem with something so simple?

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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