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.
 October 25, 2014 at 3:56pm
AFTER a nuclear device is set off on America’s soil, we will finally begin burying these animals with swine carcasses. After we send about 10,000 straight to hell, (in their minds) they will start listening. Only thing they understand.
[-1] October 1, 2014 at 5:25pm
Prayer & fast in one hand – %$&* in the other. See which one fill up faster! Idiot.
Mocking someone's beliefs, that's classy.
Here's an idea, show some real courage and
tell that to a Muslim and wait for their response.
I was born & raised Amish. Lived, breathed & ate the Word until my mother divorced and moved us out of the cult. Lived as I saw fit. Probably saw the world as you do now. Years later, there was a void in my heart. I later came to believe those stories & the Word. Amazing how much those stories become when you believe & know them to be true.
September 23, 2014 at 6:51pm
 September 23, 2014 at 6:49pm
These comments are unbelievable! I thought Blaze folks believed in freedom – even when another person disagrees with you. Are we free or not? Are we FREE or not?
 September 9, 2014 at 4:07pm
I can tell these are OLD FOLKS leaving these comments. I would be so embarrassed if I left less than 20% tip. If you can’t afford it, EAT AT HOME! I waited tabled through college & learned more about people than in my psych classes.
What do you consider old, Friend? I'm in my early 30's and I won't leave a good tip when I get bad service. Why encourage bad behavior?
My family of 6 always split plates when we eat out because there is just too much food on a plate for one person to eat. We also drink water because it's healthier. In spite of the low bill, if our server is good, we might tip 50-75%. We don't split plates to be cheap, we do it to be healthy. I don't tip according to how much the bill is, I tip according to how hard I think my server worked.
I know a good server works hard, and I tip accordingly. If a server is quick with getting to my table, if they take note of my kids (providing extra napkins without having to be asked, bringing extra plates, asking ME quietly if the kids can have little special things, etc....), quick with refilling drinks, quick to inform me if there is going to be a longer wait for my food, etc.... then the money we would have spent on individual plates goes towards the server's tip.
 July 29, 2014 at 10:27pm
I would be pissed too if my culture predates mine thousands of years & is still stuck in the Stone Age. Everyone is laughing their ass off at your primitivism. Poor, pathetic sheep f@&ker!
July 14, 2014 at 9:01pm
These are quite possibly the most ridiculous comments I’ve ever read.
She. And I haven't lied. You have no legitimate rebuttal to my point, so you've resorted to name-calling. That aside, I stand by my point. You can't silence viewpoints simply because your religion thinks they're wrong. I disagree with many Christians, but it will be a cold day in hell before I'd stand idly by and watch them be silenced. Everyone has a right to speak their minds, and that right is the greatest thing about America.
 June 28, 2014 at 12:24am
GhostDog- “If someone chooses to live in an area that doesn’t allow guns, I guess they’re taking their chances”