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GUEST,Shining Wit BS: Young Earth Creationism Eureka! (1606* d) RE: BS: Young Earth Creationism Eureka! 04 Jan 12

"There was no concept of "global" in those times."

I've read the New Testament but not the old so I didn't realise this but thinking about it it's bloody obvious. Is this book a good basis for a world religion and teaching children if it the basic facts are so wide of the mark? It might be an idea to write a third testament in the light of knowledge gleaned since the last one was written. In 200 years time when we have to explain cosmic ecosystems, all those funny little boingy particles physicists keep finding etc and our knowledge has moved on then it'll be time for another one.

Interesting second link Bill D. Someone needs to re-translate the whole Bible again. Then we could all start debating this subject upon reviewing that, a definitive version everyone agrees on (although I guess all men not being equal the pope and other churchy head honchos get a bigger say - get a younger pope for this part of the job). In the meantime, let's teach the kids right and proper and keep the religious stuff in the RE class (or whatever they have these days).

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