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Christianity &Judaism Johnson on 13 Jun 2009 11:18 pm

How to prove that the Red Sea crossing in Exodus never happened

These sites attempt to prove that the Red Sea crossing described in the Bible actually occurred:

1) The Exodus Revealed

2) The Red Sea Crossing

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The sites propose that the Israelites crossed the Red Sea at this point:


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The crossing point is approximately eight miles wide.

With a little common sense, we can prove that the crossing never happened. The first site contains this quote:

After several miles Wadi Watir opens out to a large beach area, on the western coast of the Gulf of Aquaba. The only beach area along the Gulf of Aquaba, that would have been large enough to accommodate the estimated two million people and their flocks.

Two million people and their flocks are going to cross the Red Sea. Simple common sense would ask: How long might the crossing take?

Start by assuming that a disciplined Army of two million men were to cross the Red Sea. The men march in formation, 10 men abreast and each row ten feet apart. They march at a cadence of three miles per hour. This means that in one hour, a three-mile-long column of men enter the sea. If you were standing in a viewing stand watching the men march by, 15,840 men per hour would march past.

For two million men to cross the Red Sea at this pace, it would take 126 hours. Assuming they march 12 hours per day (so the men are marching 36 miles per day), it would take 10.5 days for all two million men to walk past.

The reality of the situation is that the “Israelites” would not be a disciplined army of fit young men. The “Israelites” would consist of men, women and children, young and old, firm and infirm, well and diseased. Anyone who has traveled with children knows that the pace gets cut in half or more. And the most that people with children and elderly parents might walk in a day is more likely a total of five or ten miles per day. And do not forget that there are flocks as well. A million animals or more, which would further slow the pace and lengthen the column. Then there are all of the supplies. For the crossing point is eight miles wide, and there are no wells or rest stops along the bottom of the Red Sea. Each Israelite would need to be carrying food and water for himself/herself, along with food and water for the flocks as well.

Given all of these factors slowing the pace, any single person in this ragtag band would spend one to two days in the actual Red Sea. Imagine the amount of dung and feces that would be deposited by two million people and their flocks on the base of the Red Sea.

As you can see, common sense dictates that, in reality, crossing the Red Sea with two million people and their flocks would easily take a month or more.

Now we look at the Bible, Exodus Chapter 14, verses 9 and 10:

[9] But the Egyptians pursued after them, all the horses and chariots of Pharaoh, and his horsemen, and his army, and overtook them encamping by the sea, beside Pihahiroth, before Baalzephon.

[10] And when Pharaoh drew nigh, the children of Israel lifted up their eyes, and, behold, the Egyptians marched after them; and they were sore afraid: and the children of Israel cried out unto the LORD.

Before entering the Red Sea, the Pharaoh and his army are already visible. Yet it will take a month or more for the two million people and their flocks to cross the Red Sea. The Pharaoh would therefor have no trouble stopping the Israelites.

Common sense shows so many problems with the story of Exodus. Simple logistics makes the travel of two million people and their flocks across the Red Sea impossible. It would take more than a month. 100 million gallons of water or more would be needed during that month, along with hundreds of tons of food (The “manna from heaven” does not appear until chapter 16 of Exodus). Thousands of people would die by natural attrition, and thousands of new babies would be born. Etc.

The entire story is ridiculous when subjected to common sense. Why do the religious never subject their myths to common sense?

57 Responses to “How to prove that the Red Sea crossing in Exodus never happened”

  1. on 14 Jun 2009 at 6:12 am 1."I AM" said …

    “How to prove that the Red Sea crossing in Exodus never happened”

    First, If I may ask, where did you get this all this information from? was it from a modern day website? Remember, the Earth continues to expand and change temperatures, wind conditions, blah, blah, etc, etc. We are talking about an event that happened over 2500 years ago, based on carbon dating.Second, Two millions people? the Bible does not say it was that amount also you would have to take the Jews who did not go because of ignorance and the Jews that died or whatever happened. Third, the Hebrew word “Yam Suph” translated in English is “Sea of Reeds”, which is referred to as a large lake just north of the gulf of Suez. Eighty miles long? Back then, I doubt it the Earth went through several ice ages which probably united the large lake with the Red Sea(assumption) plus the expansion of the land, due to Pangea and Mid-Atlantic Ridge, which caused continents to shift.

  2. on 14 Jun 2009 at 9:53 am 2.satcomguy said …

    “I AM”,
    I have not checked the original websites cited so I don’t know about the number of Jews and their flock that made the crossing, but you make a few mistakes in your comments rebutting the post.
    2500 years is not a long time at all, geologically speaking and there has not been such a dramatic changing in the current continents as you seem to think (certainly not to the extent that you need to mention Pangaea). Secondly, the last period of glaciation ended about 10,000 years ago, so there have been no “ice ages” in that region that would have joined lakes and seas in the history of the Jewish tribes. And you bring up carbon dating as the basis for the timeline of this story, but you do not say what it was that would have been dated to establish that.
    I have never bought any of the OT stories; to me, they have the validity and truth of the ancient Greek myths, so it always seems a bit strange to try and make sense of them as if they had really happened. Makes for an interesting thought experiment, though!

  3. on 15 Jun 2009 at 1:51 am 3."I AM" said …

    “2500 years is not a long time at all, geologically speaking and there has not been such a dramatic changing in the current continents as you seem to think (certainly not to the extent that you need to mention Pangaea)”

    First, we do not know that for sure, I did clearly mentioned an assumption. I DID make a mistake I forgot to mention that it was over 2500 years B.C. Now, a lot can happen over those years between droughts, climate changes, etc etc. However, you do have a point with the continent shifting but we don’t know that for sure. If you study where Suez Canal is located there has been dramatic famine and droughts in that entire region. It could be that those “80 miles” could have been 4 to 5 miles.

    “Secondly, the last period of glaciation ended about 10,000 years ago, so there have been no “ice ages” in that region that would have joined lakes and seas in the history of the Jewish tribes.”

    Of course, we surely do not know but you do carry a point with the ice age affecting that region. The last ice age was about less than 1000 years ago(it was a minor one).

    I do agree with th conclusion of your comment, I dedicate my life to solving and plugging in puzzles . I find it super interesting. I am just trying to defend my God.

  4. on 15 Jun 2009 at 2:17 am 4.Pizza said …

    Let God defend himself.

    (You don’t have to capitalize God as a noun. Which is how you are using the word. Stop hogging the word.)

  5. on 17 Jun 2009 at 1:34 am 5."I AM" said …

    “You don’t have to capitalize God as a noun.”

    Why did you capitalize Pizza in your name? Maybe because you felt like it. Right? God is a Proper noun to me, because I’ am referring to my Deity. Now, if I was referring to all deities then I would give you the benefit of the doubt. Thank you

  6. on 17 Jun 2009 at 4:42 pm 6.Pizza said …

    Then you shouldn’t have used “my’ right before God.

    Pizza would be a proper noun as used. It was used as a proper noun.

    (Bible)God is a proper noun. (A)God as you had used it was not a proper noun.

    Don’t you have more important things to worry about?

  7. on 18 Jun 2009 at 4:28 am 7."I AM" said …

    First, I never knew that you choose “my” words in “my” statements. I use “my” God as the only God that I worship and love, which is from the bible. Secondly, that is the God we are talking about, if not I would have chosen or said god(s), instead pizza. Do you need some help with grammar or reading, I would like to help you brother?

  8. on 18 Jun 2009 at 4:06 pm 8.Jabber Jaw said …

    You used “God” in the same meaning as just plain god. I think you have more important things to worry about, like how your god is a piece of shit. (See how I didn’t capitalize that? It wasn’t a proper pronoun!)

  9. on 18 Jun 2009 at 4:25 pm 9.Xenon said …

    Wow, such anger from JJ. I think you are dealing with some underlying issues there pal. Caps may be the least of your issues.

  10. on 18 Jun 2009 at 9:48 pm 10.Jabber Jaw said …

    Wow, anger issues, huh? Funny you x-ians always find something to shift attention from how shitty your god is.

    Exodus never happened. Discuss!

  11. on 18 Jun 2009 at 10:43 pm 11.Xenon said …

    Shifting JJ? Well yes but you did the shifting. You haters always looking to hurl an insult amuse me. If there is no god, then you statement is stupidity.

    The Exodus challenge huh? Now talk about a shift! That is more like a complete relocation. But then again, who cares if it happened. But hey, if you would like to prove to the world it never happened, I would enjoy the exercise.

  12. on 19 Jun 2009 at 12:45 am 12.Jabber Jaw said …

    Seriously? Did you even look at the blog post?

    No, you are the hater here. It’s the only reason you’re still here.

  13. on 19 Jun 2009 at 2:30 am 13."I AM" said …

    Don’t worry kiddo.. we understand your a sore loser.. you can not admit your wrong. By the way, the blog you are pointing at is from a Monotheist religious book, where the “god” is named God, Lord, Jehovah, Yahweh, etc etc. This may be why I capitalize God in my statements, because I was referring to one god.

  14. on 19 Jun 2009 at 10:31 am 14.Xenon said …

    JJ,

    I did look at the blog post which is why I found it strange you spent so much time on a capital g vs. a small G. The blog articles posted are speculation about one opinion not providing other theories about the Exodus. It also makes assumptions on the number of Hebrews involved among other variables. I read a couple years ago where Egyptian chariot wheels were found in one spot of the red Sea.

    Supposed physical possibilities do not stand as evidence since we have this whole Big Bag theory which defies a multitude of physical laws and we do not have evidence as to exactly how the exodus took place or the number of refugees. So I leave it in your court to prove the Exodus never happened.

  15. on 20 Jun 2009 at 6:52 pm 15.Green said …

    Try reading the post again. Really read it this time. Stop asserting and start proving.
    __

    “I Am”, you can’t admit you’re wrong if you’re right. (You’re the one being wrong.) Also, you really do not seem to understand pronouns, nouns, and possessives at all.

  16. on 20 Jun 2009 at 10:50 pm 16."I AM" said …

    I know I am right. The Exodus talks about ONE god, which is God(A proper noun) or Lord(A proper noun) or Yahweh(A proper noun) or Jehovah(A proper noun), etc.

    A lower case “g” in god is used when you are classifying in a general state, like in paganism. I am using it as a direct person, as a proper noun. I understand what you guys are saying but do not come and say that the way I am using god is wrong, when I am referring directly as one.

  17. on 20 Jun 2009 at 11:06 pm 17.Green said …

    No. when you said ‘my’, you weren’t using a proper noun, you were using a possessive. Accept it, your English sucks.

    How’s it feel to know Exodus never happened?

  18. on 21 Jun 2009 at 12:07 am 18.Xenon said …

    Well Good! Green is going to prove the Exodus never happened now. Green I hope you can perform better than JJ. Remember however, we need proof, not assumption, theory or probabilities.

  19. on 21 Jun 2009 at 5:59 am 19.Green said …

    First off, Brain did that for me. Secondly, the burden of proof is on the one making extraordinary claims. (That whole Exodus thang.)

    In my days people read a lot. It meant something. Kids like xenu make me weep for the future.

  20. on 21 Jun 2009 at 6:55 am 20."I AM" said …

    First, Brain did not do “anythang” but run his mouth off about something he can not prove. Secondly, when I refer to MY God, I am always going to capitalize because I show Him respect.

  21. on 21 Jun 2009 at 12:16 pm 21.Xenon said …

    “the burden of proof is on the one making extraordinary claims.”

    The arrogant have the inability to just admit “I don’t know” i today’s culture. It really is OK to admit such.

    But, actually the burden of proof is on the one claiming it did not happen.
    That would be Green & JJ. You make the claim now back it up. Personally, I could care less and wouldn’t begin to attempt to prove something that may have happened 2500 years ago. This is what guys like you always do. You attempt to deflect the burden to someone else when you make these claims.

    Brian hasn’t “Proven” a thing. He provided possibilities based on physical impossibilities. If that is true then the Big Bang did not happen. Big difference between proof and speculation.

  22. on 21 Jun 2009 at 3:22 pm 22.Green said …

    “I am”: Have fun abusing the English language.

    The extraordinary claim is that god did it. That’s just how it works. Talk about arrogance.

    If you’re such intellectual big shots, join the WWGHA forum. It’s under Links on the right. Now go show them you’re impressive knowledge!

  23. on 21 Jun 2009 at 6:55 pm 23."I AM" said …

    WWGHA forums are just a bunch of disrespectful, “souless” atheists who mistake the word “discuss” with “verbal abuse”, of which you have proven.

  24. on 21 Jun 2009 at 7:07 pm 24.Green said …

    *your

    Yes, us no good, devil-worshipping, devil-denying, homosexual, kid-killing, godless heathens are just no good!

    How about setting an example and shaming them? Your Yeshua supposedly said to turn the other cheek. You’re not going to accomplish anything on the blog. I mean, if you know so much, prove it and make them shut up!

    @xenu: It’s actually Brain and not Brian.

  25. on 21 Jun 2009 at 11:43 pm 25."I AM" said …

    I do not have no problem with Atheist of any sort. Yet, Atheists have a problem with all deities. I, at no time, came into this website and condemned you guys to hell or tried to explain that science is false. I am simply here to defend the Lord. Nevertheless, I do have a forum username but I choose not to go there because of all of the user’s arrogance and malice against their rivals. The majority of them do not know how to discuss nothing. Now, if you put Christopher Hickens or that Santa Claus looking fellow, that’s a different story.

    Yeshua’s teachings tells us to turn our cheeks because of the anger that we can build up inside and how it can easily overcome our actions.

  26. on 21 Jun 2009 at 11:52 pm 26."I AM" said …

    “How about setting an example and shaming them?”

    There is no need for me to set an example and shame them. What is man who gains the world and forfeit his soul?

  27. on 22 Jun 2009 at 10:31 am 27.Xenon said …

    Green do you think the forum would change my mind? There is knowledge and then there is perceived knowledge. I find Common sense & wisdom to be more efficient guides to truth marked with knowledge. You made a pointed blanket statement about the Exodus. You couldn’t back i up with facts. That is OK. Admitting not to know something is not a sign of weakness or ignorance at least in my world.

    BTW, the great minds of our day do not hang out in the WWGHA forum. I feel certain about that.

  28. on 22 Jun 2009 at 9:44 pm 28.Green said …

    Shouldn’t you change their mind, eh?

    You made the claim Exodus happened. You couldn’t back it up with facts. That is NOT ok. Not admitting to not knowing something is a sign of weakness and ignorance.

    The forum is a big part of the site you happen to be commenting on, so it’s important you prove your mettle there.

  29. on 22 Jun 2009 at 9:48 pm 29.Green said …

    Iams, you’re not actually defending anything. You’re just saying you are. Something along the lines of, “Prooooove the invisible leprechauns didn’t create rainbows! Yeah, I stumped ya!”

  30. on 22 Jun 2009 at 9:50 pm 30.Green said …

    Iams, isn’t it your job to convert people (like the ones at the forum)? I mean, you know the absolute truth. Spread it by shutting down all their arguments!

    On a related note, asking you to back something up is not rude so I don’t know where you pulled that crap from.

  31. on 22 Jun 2009 at 10:04 pm 31.k said …

    I just wanted to say that this is not ‘proof.’ The author’s example is a ‘made up’ example, and therefore, not ‘proof.’

    Let’s use a football crowd as an example…110,000 people. How long does it take to clear them out of the parking lot? I think it’s fairly safe to say that if they had all night, or all day and all night, they could clear the stadium of people 10 or 15 times. How WIDE was the opening? What if the opening were 3 miles wide? and maybe they only had to cross a mile or less, depending on the body of water? It’s very possible. You have only proved that ‘your scenario’ couldn’t happen. But there are so many variables possible! Not the least of which is the number of people that crossed.

  32. on 22 Jun 2009 at 11:45 pm 32.Xenon said …

    Green Green Green, there you go again and to top if off now you are just plain lying. You are obviously a very young man so there is hope for you.

    I made no claim the Exodus happened. You claimed it did not. If you are going to prove this assertion do so. If not, go ahead and admit your weakness and then healing can begin.

    K good points. It is a possibility.

  33. on 22 Jun 2009 at 11:57 pm 33.Visser Three said …

    Well, xenu, do you believe it happened? Apparently you do since you keep saying it’s true unless it can be disproven. (Like siding with “K” and Iams Dog Food.) You’ve made your position known; contradicting yourself now doesn’t help you out.

    According to your logic, anything someone says is true unless the other person disproves it. (Logic and common sense are thrown out the window with you people, since you don’t accept that either of those as any sort of evidence.) Therefore, and this is important, the world is resting on a giant turtle. I’m right and there’s nothing you can go about to disprove it. Admit it, you lost!

  34. on 22 Jun 2009 at 11:58 pm 34."I AM" said …

    Green, you still don’t understand. The majority of Atheist who belong to this website have converted to Atheism from Christianity, if they feel confused or have questions they should attend the same church their parents introduce them to.

    “Prooooove the invisible leprechauns didn’t create rainbows!”

    I will not prove it, because it is your choice that you believe in invisible leprechauns and their pots of gold. I do not challenge what you believe in, I only encourage you continue searching in your belief until your enlightenment has been reached.

    “On a related note, asking you to back something up is not rude so I don’t know where you pulled that crap from.”

    I never said it was rude, I clearly mentioned the people in your “forums” are rude.

  35. on 22 Jun 2009 at 11:58 pm 35.Visser Three said …

    40 years? Over such a small area? I’m guessing the Hebrews must have been somewhat retarded then.

  36. on 22 Jun 2009 at 11:59 pm 36.Visser Three said …

    Iams, what the hell are you doing here then?

  37. on 23 Jun 2009 at 12:15 am 37."I AM" said …

    Well Yeerk-ian, defending the Lord.

  38. on 23 Jun 2009 at 12:17 am 38."I AM" said …

    “Therefore, and this is important, the world is resting on a giant turtle.”

    Start a colt then.

  39. on 23 Jun 2009 at 12:20 am 39."I AM" said …

    “Iams, you’re not actually defending anything. You’re just saying you are.”

    What I am saying is there is not enough evidence to disprove the Exodus.

  40. on 23 Jun 2009 at 11:02 am 40.Xenon said …

    V_Three

    I don’t know if it happened or not and it really has no impact on me today. So it is not a big issue with me. You guys choosing sides on the silliest little things is amusing. You chose your battles and that is one not worth my time. But for those who are so sure of themselves, bring the proof to the table or stop being so belligerent.

    Homer didn’t write the Illiad and I don’t know who did, but I enjoy it nonetheless.

    Historians know nothing of Thomas Jefferson’s childhood but I enjoy reading his writing nonetheless. Jefferson was only a few hundred years ago, good luck on 2500 years.

  41. on 23 Jun 2009 at 5:29 pm 41.Gregori said …

    I AM:
    It just doesn’t work that way. The lack of evidence for something (Exodus) is not evidence for it! OKAY? That’s how evidence works!
    Would it be safe to assume you believe in the rest of the bible, including the OT?

    xenon, if you would clarify your position from the get-go, we wouldn’t have these problems. That aside, if you are a real xian it should have an impact on you.

  42. on 23 Jun 2009 at 5:30 pm 42.Gregori said …

    You know, being a core part of your faith.

  43. on 23 Jun 2009 at 10:21 pm 43."I AM" said …

    What I am saying Gregori, is the lack of evidence on this subject is not enough to prove that it did or didn’t happen. We are talking over 40 centuries, the world has changed dramatically.

  44. on 24 Jun 2009 at 9:43 am 44.Xenon said …

    Well Gregori, if you had read my post at 11 you would have known my position. The problem is not lack of clarification it is a lack of reading.

    If we don’t have any evidence of Jefferson’s childhood you suppose that means it never happened? More is written about the Exodus than about Jefferson’s childhood. I believe there does exists archeological proof the Hebrew people were in Goshen as well.

    Real xians are not impacted by a mass exodus from the land of Goshen.

  45. on 24 Jun 2009 at 7:42 pm 45.Gregori said …

    I suppose a part of your bible being wrong really means nothing then?

    Which Jefferson? Thomas? His life has been written significantly more in numerous biographies than one measly book in the bible. Furthermore, MANY things are written down such as Harry Potter, Narnia, Hindu mythology… It’s not how much was written but how much can be verified, which is absolutely none for Exodus.

    As for your position at #11,

    “The Exodus challenge huh? Now talk about a shift! That is more like a complete relocation. But then again, who cares if it happened. But hey, if you would like to prove to the world it never happened, I would enjoy the exercise.”

    Your post takes the position it DID happen, and subsequently so do all your further posts, either outright or implied. I can’t help it if you want to play it both ways and contradict yourself.

    It’s not a shift, either, it’s being ontopic with the blog post.

  46. on 24 Jun 2009 at 7:46 pm 46.Gregori said …

    “What I am saying Gregori, is the lack of evidence on this subject is not enough to prove that it did or didn’t happen. We are talking over 40 centuries, the world has changed dramatically.”

    Then why the hell believe it?

    My turtle theory is clearly much more logical, especially since people also used to believe in it before those gosh-darn atheists started spreading lies!

  47. on 24 Jun 2009 at 11:42 pm 47.Xenon said …

    Gregori,

    So the definition of the word “If” escapes you does it? I mean are you really that dense. If means that it may or may not have happened. It is documented but since I wasn’t present I don’t know. That is why archeologist continue to study to search. Wow

    Thomas Jefferson’s CHILDHOOD (once again that is childhood for the unread) actually has next to no real documentation. You really need to check your facts before setting yourself as ignorant or just learn to read.

    And why is it all of sudden MY Bible (LOL). I mean I didn’t write it, author it or write a review. Geez, you haters go off on almost anything. Why R U guys so bitter?

    Good luck with the turtle theory there Gregori.

  48. on 05 Jul 2009 at 5:02 am 48.OMG! said …

    Terrain changes each season – no matter where you are.

    Seasons = Summer, Spring, Winter and Fall.

    What you see today is not what existed thousands of years ago. Pure science.

    I got over it. Your turn.

  49. on 25 Mar 2012 at 6:28 pm 49.Get Real said …

    @ each and every one of you.

    I have read a few of your comments and I have some questions for you guys. 1. Do you believe in God, Jesus, or the holy spirit? 2. If you don’t, why are you arguing about this? You don’t believe in him so don’t worry about what he did or didn’t do. 3. If you do then why can’t you get over the fact that it happened and not fight about it?
    As a Christian I believe in God, I know he is real, and I believe all his promises. If you haven’t come to this conclusion then look out cause your day is coming when you’ll just know that he’s there.
    God is real in my life and if he says it happened then I’m going to believe him. He worked miracles when Jesus was here on earth, and sense when did God have restrictions? he can work a miracle anytime and this post has just proved in my eyes that because it was harder to do, God just worked a bigger miracle in making it happen.
    “And Moses said to the people, “Do not be afraid. Stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord, which He will accomplish for you today. For the Egyptians whom you see today, you shall see again no more forever. The Lord will fight for you, and you shall hold your peace.” Exodus 14:13 & 14

  50. on 25 Mar 2012 at 7:17 pm 50.alex said …

    “As a Christian I believe in God, I know he is real, and I believe all his promises. If you haven’t come to this conclusion then look out cause your day is coming when you’ll just know that he’s there.”

    ….once again, no free passes for morons. until you
    keep your idiotic views to yourself and quit pushing it on people, i don’t have a problem with it.
    ….that’s right, keep spouting off those idiotic verses and get the rest of the morons riled up. when one of yer homies, bomb a clinic, you’ll shrug and say and do erkel like, What? Did i do that?
    ….you think you can scare me with that hell and damnation shit? fuckin moron. I ain’t afraid of your idiotic god. bring on the lightning…..asshole.

  51. on 26 Mar 2012 at 6:39 am 51.Severin said …

    49 Get Real
    “You don’t believe in him so don’t worry about what he did or didn’t do.”

    We do worry about what people who believe in gods do or don’t do.
    Like 9/11. Like Crusade Wars. Like burning scientists for claiming earth is not the center of the universe.
    Like denying science and stopping progress. Like supporting slavery. Like misogyny and suppressing women rights.
    Etc, etc, etc

  52. on 06 Dec 2012 at 12:17 pm 52.Matheny said …

    Who told you they were marching only “10 men abreast” and “ten feet apart”??? Please have a look at this site = http://www.sinai-horeb.com/
    New location of Red Sea/Yam Suf crossing, New Mount Sinai location and Route.

  53. on 23 Feb 2013 at 5:33 pm 53.sonic xman said …

    why do yall think of the power of God as small your logic could be wrong u must belive he has power and authority if you want a picture of his power read a series called dragons in our midst it is fantasy but shows gods power and the athority for everyone he sent a demon army to hell made the world and you do not believe that he can part a river dont mean to be rude though

  54. on 23 Feb 2013 at 5:57 pm 54.alex said …

    “why do yall think of the power of God as small your logic could be wrong..”

    because i’m very afraid of your fellow morons. remember 9/11? them morons your buddies/heroes?

  55. on 23 Feb 2013 at 9:56 pm 55.Anonymous said …

    “… if you want a picture of his power read a series called dragons in our midst it is fantasy but shows gods power…”

    Did you even read what your wrote?

    To get a picture of god’s power you must read a fantasy book. Like the bible, for example?

  56. on 27 Jul 2014 at 7:37 pm 56.ananoymous said …

    This is so foolish. God lives and the bible is his book. Everything in the bible is true.

  57. on 27 Jul 2014 at 7:44 pm 57.alex said …

    “Everything in the bible is true.”

    then we can’t be foolish. we’re just following your god’s plan? now, go fuck yourself.

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