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Scientifically Inaccurate From The Jump,
This review is from: The Holy Bible: King James Version (Paperback)
For a book that boasts of its "Truth" claims, right off the bat, it describes simple optics (physics) incorrectly. There cannot be light without a light source (Gen. 1:-3-4) - some form of entity that emits electromagnetic radiation in the visible spectrum. In the third sentence of the text, this so-called light is made "days" before the Sun and neighboring stars (supposedly placed billions of light years away, yet immediately visible from Earth). And if HE is the light source...why and how did He "let there be light"?
The lead character, Yahweh, supposedly possessing direct access to everyone of every language all of the time, is a horrible communicator and, for something that allegedly created the universe in its entirety, very emotional and petty.
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Initial post: Oct 13, 2012 12:44:06 PM PDT
You seem to be kind of expecting a lot, I mean you said yourself that he has direct access to EVERYONE, that's a LOT of languages to learn and I'm sure it can get very confusing having to switch back and forth between so many languages at the drop of a hat. And besides, think of how many people there are in the world, if you had to try and communicate with all of them, or even most of them, that'd take up most of your time too, don't you think? I'm sure he is a fine communicator, he just happens to be very busy, I mean come on, running a universe, constantly having to fight off the devil, and trying to keep in touch with every single person on earth and what ever other life forms that might be out there? You have to admit, he has a pretty full schedule...
In reply to an earlier post on Oct 7, 2013 8:40:02 AM PDT
Bohemian Mizfit says:
god makes the Devil look like a gentleman.
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