I was having a bit of a debate with a creationist on Twitter yesterday and it got round to Noah and his Ark. I questioned the logistics of it and I got a fantastically stupid reply. So I was compelled to make it into a comic. Hope you enjoy.
God tells Adam and Eve not to eat of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil. If this was the only way they could understand the difference between good and evil, how could they have known that it was wrong to disobey God and eat the fruit?" ~Laurie LynnHave you ever done something you regret? If… Continue
I'm currently reading Dawkins' The Greatest Show on Earth and in Ch. 9, "The Ark of the Continents" there's this great passage where he brings logic and evidence to bear upon the story of Noah and his Ark. Passages like these still resonate with me since when I was a child I was taught that the Noah story was the literal truth, and most, if not all of my family still believes it to be so. Which of course mystifies me to no end.
"It is almost too ridiculous to…Continue
...and other questions about Noah's flood for the layman. (posted @ atheistdave.wordpress.com)
What did the animals eat? Sure, Noah took two of every species on his ark. As if that's not believable enough, how did all the animals survive? Some animals have a very particular diet:…Continue
Added by A. Dave on May 31, 2011 at 12:33pm — No Comments
25-50 questions that are either true or false. The only problem is, I can not think of any good questions. This is where you come in. What are some good questions that could be asked that is in the bible. If the question is true please provide where in the bible it says such or if it is not in the bible and is just tradition passed on through generation then state so. If it is false please say so as well.