Catholic Apologists reason why god made dinosaurs.
I am ready to give up.
Is this Kirk Cameron's special course on how to circumvent the intellect of the unbeliever?
I don't want to live on this planet any more.
I was trying to explain to a Christian that humans never interacted with dinosaurs. That only happens in the movies. The reason dinosaurs are not mentioned in the bible is because they became extinct about 65 million years before it was written. Maybe even 40 million years before Mount Everest rose up. So we googled and found this “answer” on a catholic answers forum. He did at least see how stupid it was, even if he still denies evolution or does so because he does not understand it. Some of the other Q&A’s are so inane that I was beginning to wonder if maybe Atheists are becoming a different species of human. Let’s have a “Pray-a-ton” to free as many souls from Purgatory!! Yeah let’s Jesus will be so happy with us if we rescue them. As soon as my space ship is repaired I am out of here!!
To quote Howard Wolowitz, "WHAT THE FRACK?!"
fuck that is scary
This guy has a book called Theology and Sanity. He msut have written it during his insane patch.
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