Got any evidence that the prophecy in Isaiah was added after the fact, or is this just another stupid atheist attempt to reject God and the Bible?
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Got any proof that the bible was divinely inspired?
6/27/2006 6:44:30 AM
Got any evidence of anything for your religion at all?
5/26/2012 6:45:04 PM
Actually there would be no need to change the prophecy in Isaiah when you can just change the story of Jesus to agree with it. The author of the gospel of Matthew clearly did this. My evidence for this includes the discrepancies between Matthew's gospels and the other three and the lack of historical support for several important elements of Matthew's gospel (particularly the so-called "slaughter of the innocents.")
In light of this, rejecting the bible, if not god, hardly seems stupid.
5/26/2012 7:07:57 PM
Rejecting your patchwork religion is easy, it's inconsistant nonsence. We're not even out of Genesis before the first fuck-ups.
5/27/2012 6:08:08 AM
Is that the prophecy that foresaw the invention of radio, television and computers? Because I'm pretty sure that that one was put in my copy after the fact. (It helps that it's written in wax crayon.)
5/27/2012 7:08:50 AM