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Submitted by John of Science (United Kingdom), Feb 3, 2007 at 05:45

An Ice Age can cause all this.

They can create enormous canyons in the ground as well? Can ice ages throw bones together in the boneyards?

I suppose the Ice Age would be an explanation how a man 2000-3000 BC could build an ark that was designed to survive in the sea while holding many animals.

Show me a website which says this.

http://s8int.com/boneyard1.html

http://www.answersingenesis.org/creation/v22/i1/catastrophe.asp

Note: Just because these are Christian websites does not mean they are not reliable. If you decide that they are unreliable and unscientific then your bias is easily seen.

Excavations in Iraq have shown evidence of a flood at Shuruppak about 2,900-2,750 BCE, which extended nearly as far as the city of Kish, whose king Etana, supposedly founded the first Sumerian dynasty after the flood.

The myth of Ziusudra exists in a single copy, the fragmentary Eridu Genesis, datable by its script to the 17th century BC.

Thank you for supporting my point. If you were trying to say the other nations copied this story then do explain how the Chinese, Greeks, Indians, Native Americans, and Australians got a Flood story.

This what I was trying to say;

The Jews robbed the flood story from the Sumerian. And here are some websites to support my theroies

members.aol.com/JAlw/flood_myth.html

www.flood-myth.com/

My friend, you are mistaken and your reading comprehension needs work. I said that America was made by people who had faith in God. If you don't believe me, go check your dollar bills. I did not say that the forefather's were trying to create a Christian government (you misread me or something). They created a government of morality that was based off of Christianity. Deism is not true Christianity but it does have belief in a God. Whatever the case, the "one nation under God", "God created all men equal," and in "God we trust" is still written in those documents. Your argument that Christianity has contributed nothing to science is shattered by the fact that many scientists were Christians.

America is still not a christian country.

Feeding the poor. Defending the weak. Fighting abortion. Giving hope. Establishing absolutes and morals. Distinction between right and wrong.

Here is a simple challenge, find me a testimony of a man who was in prison for murder or rape and then he changed into a loving and beneficial man through evolution or Darwinism.

Then find a woman who was abused by many and did drugs. Give me her testimony how evolution saved her life from misery and turned her into a loving woman.

If you accept, I can find you ten+ testimonies of people who have had their lives changed by Jesus. They know that he is real through experience and not by facts.

Or if you want to keep playing the "Question/Answer game", I will give your the prophecies of the Bible that were fulfilled.

May God Bless You

I meant the west not the east. Christianity plays no role in modern society in terms of law.

John of Science

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