• Do you think the Rapture will occur in our lifetime?

    How far away from it do you think we are.
    How far away from it do you think we are.
    33 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Would you rather go heaven or hell?

    66 answers · 4 days ago
  • What if Evolution was started by God?

    37 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do Christians really believe that God poofed humans into the world and allowed them to repopulate through incest?
  • Is Satan Atheist?

    75 answers · 3 days ago
  • Did aliens build the pyramids?

    Best answer: Cats
    Best answer: Cats
    88 answers · 4 days ago
  • Are you a flat-earth denier?

    20 answers · 1 day ago
  • How many heavens exist?

    41 answers · 4 days ago
  • Help. I'm about to be a big slut. What should I do?

    My hormones are racing. Haven't had sex for a week and a guy friend of a friend wants to hang out and I will definitely have sex with him because he's hot and I'm so horny. But if I stay home I'll just masturbate and then be bored 😐 I want the D. Should I do him anyway and just deal with the... show more
    My hormones are racing. Haven't had sex for a week and a guy friend of a friend wants to hang out and I will definitely have sex with him because he's hot and I'm so horny. But if I stay home I'll just masturbate and then be bored 😐 I want the D. Should I do him anyway and just deal with the consequences anyway? He's kinda in my circle of friends.
    11 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Why do people think Adam and Eve and evolution are incompatible? What about this scenario?

    Best answer: they are dumb.

    the garden of eden strikes me as a pretty clear metaphor for evolution. they ate from the "tree of knowledge" and became aware of death and nakedness. its the ultimate ignorance is bliss parable.
    Best answer: they are dumb.

    the garden of eden strikes me as a pretty clear metaphor for evolution. they ate from the "tree of knowledge" and became aware of death and nakedness. its the ultimate ignorance is bliss parable.
    18 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you believe Bigfoot exist?

    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • May 21, 2011 Rapture Prediction?

    Best answer: 2 Peter 2:1 sums up my thoughts on Harold Camping, and his kind. "But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction." False... show more
    Best answer: 2 Peter 2:1 sums up my thoughts on Harold Camping, and his kind. "But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction." False prophets do not live for long once they have been exposed. Those who make false prophecies obviously have not read their Bibles.
    30 answers · 5 days ago
  • Isn't it sad how much our physical health has deteriorated since the days of Noah because of our sin?

    Best answer: The cause of our lower lifespans is more likely due to an increase in radioactivity after the Flood along with poorer nutrition and harsher climate conditions causing a general gradual increase in genetic defects over the centuries since Noah. Some modern studies suggest that humanity may even become extinct by the... show more
    Best answer: The cause of our lower lifespans is more likely due to an increase in radioactivity after the Flood along with poorer nutrition and harsher climate conditions causing a general gradual increase in genetic defects over the centuries since Noah. Some modern studies suggest that humanity may even become extinct by the end of this century due to ever increasing genetic defects. Maladies like Alzheimers and diabetes are expected to triple by 2040 or so if little progress is made in defeating them. Sinfulness does also affect the human condition and sinful pursuits can lead to an early death yet some like Ben Franklin lived almost twice as long as an average person of his time. People in poor countries often have half the lifespan of those in modern cultures and due to various heath or nutrition issues, poor medical care, lack of clean water, etc.. rather than leading sinful lives or inherent sin.

    A website /book by Dr Walt Brown which graphs the lifespans of pre and post Flood Biblical people and attributes it mostly to an increase in radioactivity and mutations caused by the Flood. Over 1500+ scientific sources in his online book regarding the Flood and other Creation topics.

    http://www.creationscience.com/onlineboo...

    Article on Evolution/Darwinism issues / rising genetic defects in humans ...

    "Mendelian inheritance in man is
    an encyclopedia of human genes and the disorders
    and other traits with which they are associated. It has
    been in creation and updating for over 35 years and
    has been computerized for most of that time. In addition
    to the print edition (Figure 1), it has been distributed
    online (OMIM) since 1987 and by compact
    disc (MIM-CDTM) since late 1993. (McKusick,
    1998, Vol. 1, xiii–xviii)
    Apparently, this database in the National Center for Biotechnology
    Information at Johns Hopkins University is the
    best in the world for the current catalog of human genes
    and genetic disorders."

    "Mendelian Inheritance in Man,
    Reported Genetic Disorders 1966 to 1999. The number
    of medically reported genetic disorders in 1966 was
    1,487. The number reported by 1999 was 11,099. A
    curve of best fit has an R2 of 0.995"

    "By 2031, it is estimated (R2 = 0.995) there will be
    100,000 human genetic disorders and by 2096 1,000,000
    (see Figure 3). “At least one clinical disorder has been related
    to 1,318 of the mapped loci (roughly 30%)”
    (McKusick, 1998, Vol. 1, xiii–xviii). That suggests genetic
    disorder saturation of each locus by 2031 and supersaturation
    by 2096. These data confirm human devolution
    and suggest imminent permanent genetic extinction in
    this century"

    "In 1997 from genetic testing, the estimate was that everyone
    on average carried six genetic disorders (Gargus,
    1997). The extrapolation suggests that by 2033 the average
    for every man, woman and child may be 60 or more genetic
    disorders. The data indicate that the greatest mass extinction in the history of the planet is in progress in nonhuman
    life forms at a rate of 30,000 extinctions per year
    and accelerating (Leakey and Lewin, 1996, Chapter 13;
    Mass Extinction References, 1998). The clear message is
    that mutations accelerate the permanent extinction of all
    life forms, including humans. There can be no greater imperative
    than educating students and parents to those facts."

    https://web.csulb.edu/~jmastrop/PDF/evol...
    12 answers · 2 days ago