• Do you believe in Global Warming?

    295 answers · Politics · 1 day ago
  • What breed of dog do you like?

    232 answers · Dogs · 2 days ago
  • People call me a slut because i had sex?

    Best answer: Just because you had sex with two boys at a party at the age of 13 you cannot be called a slut but you can end up as a slut if you loose control over yourself .At this stage what you should be worried about is an unwanted pregnancy since you had unprotected sex or some sexual disease . Just avoid their remarks but... show more
    Best answer: Just because you had sex with two boys at a party at the age of 13 you cannot be called a slut but you can end up as a slut if you loose control over yourself .At this stage what you should be worried about is an unwanted pregnancy since you had unprotected sex or some sexual disease . Just avoid their remarks but make up your mind not to get involved in sex because you are just 13. Sex with a minor is treated as rape .Hence there can be legal consequences .
    92 answers · Friends · 1 day ago
  • What comes to your mind when i say..?

    '' Rain ''
    '' Rain ''
    75 answers · Polls & Surveys · 10 hours ago
  • Isn't it funny how many atheists say that they're only interested in the truth, yet ignore the bible?

    I just thought that seemed funny.
    I just thought that seemed funny.
    120 answers · Mental Health · 1 day ago
  • Who gave gays the authority to disobey Christians on the issue of marriage?

    Christians own marriage and have always owned marriage. Shouldn't the gays submit to the authority of Christians.
    Christians own marriage and have always owned marriage. Shouldn't the gays submit to the authority of Christians.
    87 answers · Politics · 1 day ago
  • Should I tell my boyfriend about this?

    I've been hiding this for years and I feel like it's time to let him know that before I met him I slept and had sex with other guys for money. I'm 19 btw... If I tell him, I don't know what he'll do, he might kill me and leave me? Or he'll just leave? I don't know, but I know he would be... show more
    I've been hiding this for years and I feel like it's time to let him know that before I met him I slept and had sex with other guys for money. I'm 19 btw... If I tell him, I don't know what he'll do, he might kill me and leave me? Or he'll just leave? I don't know, but I know he would be furious! What should I do?? :(
    84 answers · Singles & Dating · 1 day ago
  • Is the jailing of Kim Davis the start of persecution of Christians in America?

    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/kentucky-clerk-kim-davis-held-contempt-court-n421126 A federal judge has ordered a Kentucky clerk to jail after she refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Kim Davis, a clerk in Rowan County, was found in contempt of court on Thursday morning. She has said... show more
    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/kent... A federal judge has ordered a Kentucky clerk to jail after she refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Kim Davis, a clerk in Rowan County, was found in contempt of court on Thursday morning. She has said granting marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples would "violate God's definition of marriage" and infringe on her personal beliefs as an Apostolic Christian. Davis, in tears, said on the stand that she could not comply with the judge's order. U.S. Marshals later took her into custody.
    58 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 9 hours ago
  • Who is better: Taylor Swift or Nicki Minaj?

    Best answer: Taylor Swift
    Best answer: Taylor Swift
    408 answers · Rap and Hip-Hop · 3 days ago
  • An atheist family moved into our neighborhood. Should I call the cops on them for not believing in God and having no morals?

    I noticed when I saw the FSM and Darwin fish symbol on their car. I'm the neighborhood watchdog and I have to make sure we're safe.
    I noticed when I saw the FSM and Darwin fish symbol on their car. I'm the neighborhood watchdog and I have to make sure we're safe.
    26 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 5 hours ago
  • WRESTLING SECTION: Jimmy Snuka could be charge with murder today?

    http://rajah.com/node/48791 How will this affect Tamina?
    http://rajah.com/node/48791 How will this affect Tamina?
    80 answers · Wrestling · 2 days ago
  • What pays more value to life?

    Money or satisfaction....And why?
    Money or satisfaction....And why?
    69 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • What would you do if your friend was constantly in a bad mood?

    They say that nothing helps a bad mood like spreading it around. That may be true, but its not much fun if you’re on the other end of that funk. http://yahooanswers.tumblr.com/128026861...
    They say that nothing helps a bad mood like spreading it around. That may be true, but its not much fun if you’re on the other end of that funk. http://yahooanswers.tumblr.com/128026861...
    378 answers · Friends · 4 days ago
  • Atheists is there a logical reason as to why you deny Noah's Flood?

    Atheists is there a logical reason as to why you deny Noah's Flood?

    Best answer: No, They just do so out of a bias presupposition, First, let me say that I truly believe that this event happened simply because the Bible says it did. The veracity of the Bible in areas that are clear gives me the confidence to trust it in areas that are less clear. Secondly, there are certain Hebrew scholars who... show more
    Best answer: No, They just do so out of a bias presupposition, First, let me say that I truly believe that this event happened simply because the Bible says it did. The veracity of the Bible in areas that are clear gives me the confidence to trust it in areas that are less clear. Secondly, there are certain Hebrew scholars who say that the original language does not demand that the Flood covered the entire Earth. I am unsure of this. The Hebrew etymology is outside my realm of expertise and I will say no more about it.

    Everyone needs to understand that Noah's Flood was a miracle. God intervened in Earth's history and caused something to happen that was far beyond natural processes. There is simply no way for the amount of water described to cover the Earth by any means that approached natural processes. Nonstop rain does not create a flood like this because rain is not adding water to the system; it is simply recycling what is already there. We do not know what the Bible means when it says "the fountains of the deep were opened." We know that there are deep oceanic vents that continuously spew gas and water, along with submarine springs rimming all the continents, but the physics don't work for them to supply enough water to cover the entire Earth higher than 20,000 feet above sea level. None of this bothers me. I don't expect miracles to obey the laws of physics. This was a miraculous event; it was not a scientific event. You believe it happened because of the veracity of Scripture not because you understand the science behind it.

    It was widely believed at one time that the complexities we see in Earth's geology could be explained by Noah's Flood (so-called Diluvian geology). This was an idea that was well worth pursuing by both Christian and non-Christian geologists. It is a complete dead end. After having drilled the Earth with countless wells (the basin I recently worked in Argentina has over 20,000 oil wells in it), and a great deal of the Earth now covered by seismic equipment that images subsurface sediments typically deeper than 10,000 feet, we know a whole lot about it. I can say emphatically with absolutely no equivocation that the geologic complexities of our planet were not caused by a single event. We are very good at putting together the geologic history for any given area, which includes the timing of faulting, folding and sedimentation. There is no worldwide synchronous event that comes close to explaining the complexities seen in the rock record. Those who claim otherwise may be well intended but they simply don't know what they are talking about.

    Now, if there was indeed a flood of the magnitude described in the Bible it is perfectly fair to ask why we don't see clear evidence of it. This has to be answered in two parts. First, the flood lasted one year. That would have been a very long time if one were living through it, but from a geologic perspective it would have been the blink of an eye. During the initial part of the flood a lot of sediment would be washed down slope into rivers and oceans but as the flood continued to surge higher, the amount of erosion and sedimentation would sharply decrease due to less exposed land area being available for erosion. At the very peak of the flood, when all land areas were covered, there would be almost no erosion and sedimentation occurring. When the flood subsided, there would be evidence of human habitat destruction and chaotic flood sedimentation along the continental margins, but evidence of the flood on the land areas would disappear very quickly, most of it within a human lifetime. Similarly, the flood sediments offshore would be much less impressive than one might assume due to the very short duration of the event, and the fact that the processes, as described, were self-limiting. I could go into more of the geologic specifics of this, but in summary, the Flood would not leave the clear evidence that one might think. There would not be a spectacular imprint on the rock record purely from a geologic standpoint.

    A second part of the answer as to why we don't see more evidence of a worldwide flood is that we do not know to what extent God may have restored the Earth to its original pre-flood condition, making it that much harder to recognize the event. Any assumptions in this regard are unjustified. Did God plug up the fountains of the deep, move groundwaters back to their original place, and restore sedimentary layering to its prior state? We have absolutely no way of knowing. By analogy, when Jesus resurrected Lazarus from the dead, to what extent was Lazarus restored? Was he given a youthful body of say around 21-years old, or was he given his same old aging body that only bought him a few more years to live, or was he given something in between? We have no idea. And if this resurrection had happened during our modern era, science would not have been able to determine how Lazarus had been brought back from the dead. That is the nature of miracles; they are beyond our ability to scientifically analyze. We should not expect to be able to scientifically analyze Noah's Flood; it was not a scientific event.

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    126 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 days ago