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For the liberal gay atheist in all of us. New comics each weekday at 12:01 AM.
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I was once a Evangelical Christian. I did the whole laying on of hands, speaking in tongues and general spouting of hate. Of course I didn't realize that is what I was doing. I thought what I was doing was spreading love. I consider myself blessed that I was able to break free of the bondage of religion and can now express my true self.
A great man once said, "You must be the change that you want to see in the world." I hope to change every day.
I dunno, I'm pretty sure there's some solid evidence for a possibility of mankind and dinosaurs living during the same time periods. Foot prints together, hammers found in the layers of earth from millions of years before mankind, reports over the centuries of dragons large and small in the sea or on land or flying in the sky, legends of American Indians seeing what is described as a pterodactyl get struck by lightning and hit the ground, an ancient painting brought back by Marco Polo of literal Ankylosaurs pulling Chinese carts (I've actually seen this painting but am having a hard time finding information on it), explorers and missionaries and native African jungle tribes claiming to have seen a sauropod of some sort, a cave painting of a plesiosaur or elasmosaur found in a cave in the Grand Canyon within recent years... But how much of it is true? The book of Job has at least one if not two mystery animals one of which has been identified as possibly a Brachiosaur or similar creature (I'm not presenting this as evidence, but as an interesting side note).
As far as the "Satan burying dino bones to trick people" goes, I have heard that before and it IS idiotic, lol.
I don't think we can know exactly how old the earth is and if it was billions of years old or 10,000 or so, I don't see how it would contradict with the Bible. I know there are ways to measure the age of the earth, but I'm not sure how accurate those are or how we would be able to know if they were accurate or not. I'm also pretty sure that guy what's-his-name who came up with saying the world was 6,000 years old or so based on all the "begets" and such in Genesis probably didn't get it right either. Thoughts?