Uploaded on Dec 27, 2010
This is the first video in what will be a new playlist of mine that I have created for the purpose of exposing atheists who purposely, or who out of ignorance, misrepresent scripture, scientific data, and/or statistics. I draw a comparison to the teachings of Kent Hovind wherein he uses both psuedoscience and psuedohermeneutics to push the false teachings of YEC.
The following are comments made by DNAunion regarding the ten commandments:
1) What, you didn't know that there were multiple versions of the 10 Commandments, and they don't agree with one another?
It's true: atheists tend to know more about the Bible than believers do.
2)Geez, let once again an atheist teach a Christian about his own Holy Book.
Yes, not boiling a baby goat in its mother's milk is the last of the 10 commandments: try reading Exodus 34:26.
3)What else? Oh yeah. There is the part where I refuted you about the 10th commandment against boiling a baby goat in its mother's milk. Chalk up another one for me!
DNAunion/evidence/rational thought: 7
TrustinJC/ancient mythology/irrational thought: 0
Regarding the term "firmament" DNAunion says this:
1) No, the Bible says that windows of heaven were opened and the rains fell. This means just what it sounds like when taking Genesis 1 into account: There is a solid, hemispherical dome - called the firmament - that arches over the earth's surface and in which are windows that can be opened to allow the mass of water it holds up above it to fall to the ground as rain or a flood.
The following has to do with Gen 1:20 and the firmament, of which the KJV states the birds fly "IN" the firmament.
1)No, the translations of the Torah I posted translate it different ways, but all of the comments note that it originally meant something solid.
You are also wrong about the birds flying IN the firmament: I quoted 4 Torah sources, none of which say that. So please stop lying.
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