Wednesday, May 21, 2014

I used to think it was impossible for even brain-dead fucktards to believe in the ridiculous disgusting childish Noah's Ark genocide myth. I was wrong.

At https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20140521042325AAFEPSn I wrote a few things about the breathtaking stupidity of Christian assholes.


How do you defend Noah's Ark after Tyson showed how the Great Flood was a Sumerian legend and retold 1,000 years later in the Bible? 

Christians, how do you defend the Noah's Ark genocide myth after Neil deGrasse Tyson in Cosmos showed how the Great Flood was a Sumerian legend and retold 1,000 years later in the Old Testament?

Personally I strongly doubt Neil deGrasse Tyson makes things up. It seems obvious the people who wrote the Old Testament "copied and pasted" the exact same story from 1,000 years previous. If anyone was making things up it must have been those ancient people who knew they were writing fiction.

MY QUESTION: How do Christians defend a myth that is so obviously false, especially after what Tyson said on Cosmos?

Nothing personal Christians. I believed in the Noah's Ark story myself, back when I was six years old.

Many thanks for your answers because I'm really interested in how you explain this.
Update : "Tyson was explaining the origins of writing and civilization when he came to the Epic of Gilgamesh, the story that was later plagiarized to tell the Bible’s great flood tale."http://www.alternet.org/belief/why-neil-...
Update 2: Paul, thanks for your answer. If I understood you correctly, the Noah's Ark genocide myth is true because a magical being said it was true. You have a few misconceptions I would like to write comments about. Mr. Tyson (a brilliant science educator) is 100% certain your magical being is not real. It is impossible to hate something that isn't real. It would be like hating the Easter Bunny.
Update 3: I don't need to accept anything Tyson or anyone else says. Long before you were born I figured out on my own the Noah's Ark fantasy is just plain ridiculous. For a long time I thought the whole thing was so insane and childish I thought it was impossible for anyone to believe in it.
Update 4: "what God says" You believe the Bible is "The Word Of God". "The Bible is the word of god because the bible says the bible is the word of god" is not evidence for anything. You have zero evidence for your "word of god" fantasy. According to you we should throw out all scientific discoveries that conflict with your word-of-god fantasy. That's a one-way ticket to the Dark Ages.
Update 5: "Tyson ... will do anything he can to try and destroy Christianity." Only Christians like you can destroy Christianity and that's exactly what you're doing. You are telling the world the existence of your cult completely depends on the acceptance of insane childish fantasies. ...... My intention was not to be disrespectful, but somebody has to explain why you have misconceptions which are completely wrong.
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  • Paul answered 6 hrs ago
Its amazing how people like you are so willing to accept what Neil deGrasse Tyson says over what God says. Where is his proof that the flood never happened?

Why do you believe everything Neil deGrasse Tyson says without any proof but yet you reject everything God says who has proof to show the flood happened?

What it all boils down to is Neil deGrasse Tyson hates God and will do anything he can to try and destroy Christianity.

Neil deGrasse Tyson will lose and God will win!

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  • old 6 hrs
    "There is a fundamental difference between religion, which is based on authority, and science, which is based on observation and reason. Science will win because it works." -- Stephen Hawking
  • E 5 hrs
    Where's your proof that "God" said *anything*?
  • old 2 mins
    Paul, I greatly appreciate your answer. Please see all five updates I wrote. Many thanks.

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