Exactly! But conservatives never learn. They will handover a presidential election over this absolute silliness. The left is laughing their a$$ off.
 May 24, 2015 at 1:00am
Face palm. I’m not superstitious.
 May 24, 2015 at 12:49am
Have you ever wondered why it bothers you so much? Try a little introspection. You’ll thank me.
The world’s going to $&!t & you’re going to hand over a presidential election over this silliness? Live & let live. Who cares what two people do in their own home?
 May 12, 2015 at 10:02pm
Have you ever wondered why you’re so defensive, angry, edgy & antagonistic about this subject? Calling people names & attempting to insult their intelligence? Try some introspection. You will thank me.
 May 12, 2015 at 9:37pm
Yawn. These conversations always end the same way. I haven’t the time or the inclination to persuade you. I’m still laughing about the talking snake.
 May 12, 2015 at 7:24pm
You actually believe in a talking snake & I’M the one with a “low level of intellect”?
I just spewed wine all over my I-Pad. You made my evening!
 May 12, 2015 at 7:14pm
When children can learn chemistry & physics online at such an early age, they simply will NOT believe in a talking snake. Think about a talking snake for a minute. Really think about it. If someone told you that a talking snake told Eve to take a bite of an apple, would you believe him? Of course not. You’d laugh laugh your a$$ off!
False dichotomies are cute, though they indicate you have a very low level of intellect. This is common in bigots and progressives, sorry for the redundancy.
"When children can learn chemistry & physics online at such an early age, they simply will NOT believe in a talking snake. Think about a talking snake for a minute. Really think about it. If someone told you that a talking snake told Eve to take a bite of an apple, would you believe him? Of course not. You’d laugh laugh your a$$ off!"
Tell that to Nobel physics prize nominee, Dr Herman Brannover, who forgot more about physics then you will ever know.
He was brought up in Soviet Russia and taught to embrace only science and to hate the idea of G-d and to laugh at and ridicule any such ideas yet he now fully believes that a snake once talked.
That didn't happen to Fr. George Lemaitre who developed the Big Bang theory. Nor Sister Mary Kenneth Keller who was the first woman to receive a PHD in Computer Science. There are whole lists of Priests and Nuns who have contributed greatly to the body of scientific knowledge that we have today. God is truth, and reveals his truth in many ways. Some of them through science.
The reality here is that most people posting today do in fact believe there was a talking serpent !
They do believe that humans co-existed with dinosaurs!
They do believe that Noah collected two of every kind of animals, birds, insects...and that somehow, the kangaroos made it back to Australia !
Welcome to the world of the Loony Christ believers.
My guess is that after consulting with real doctors and not trolls like you, Glenn knows a thing or two about his own diagnosis. stfu
[-1] November 6, 2014 at 10:16am
It has been said before. However, with 6 year-old children googling topics like physics & chemistry, they realize that NO ONE EVER PARTED THE RED SEA when raising his hand. They know it’s ridiculous to even consider the possibility.
Except that science AGREES that the parting of the Red Sea was possible.
@ frf... glad to see you can relate to the 6 yr old mind.....ps. it was a staff, not an arm, and that my friend makes all the difference in the world, especially in the 6 yr old mind... gain some wisdom. Ps 2..wisdom is directly related to your God knowledge
Let me propose another solution. Raising hand was a signal. Moses knew physics far better than you do, it seems. He just told people what to do on his signal. He had also a help of a natural land bridge in the area of crossing (no it is not the Red Sea's main body, look at the other side of the Sinai Peninsula. and the actual location of the Israelite camp after crossing the Red Sea is on the north-west coast of today's Saudi Arabia).
Just FYI, 1 in 50 of the original out-of-Egypt Israelites reached the promised land. About 20k. You figure out how many people were there at the beginning of the exodus.
I give you a hint...standing wave.
If it were easily explainable it wouldn't be viewed as a miracle anyway. The fact that it is ridiculous to consider the possibility only serves to underscore the uniqueness of the event and the improbability of it occurring of its own accord, randomly at precisely the right moment.