The impossible Noah’s voyage


I hear the Ark in kentucky is now operational and may soon be seafaring.

But this may have been possible, I mean deity herself was involved.

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As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

73 thoughts on “The impossible Noah’s voyage

  1. Barry says:

    I don’t understand why atheists spend time on such matters. Every reasonable Christian knows this story is a myth. Bible literalists on the other hand…

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    • makagutu says:

      Barry my good friend, I have told you times over that reasonable Christians are not the norm and two for atheists it is hilarious

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      • Barry says:

        But bible literalists are definitely a minority where I live. Apart from the harm they do to themselves, and the entertainment value they provide to the rest of us, there’s little reason to take them seriously. They don’t pose any threat to our freedom.

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        • Barry says:

          Actually, thinking about it perhaps they do pass a risk. Not from within, but from without. The influence the have on the American political scene is such that I can imagine a scenario where NZ and the US could decide we deserve punishment. After all, when we banned nuclear warships, we escaped economic sanctions by the skin of our teeth, although we did suffer military sanctions for almost 30 years.

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          • makagutu says:

            They pose a risk. It might not be imminent but as long as they believe theirs is the only version of truth available, there will be a problem for those who don’t conform

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        • makagutu says:

          I think most people here are bible literalists. And I think such people pose a threat wherever they are. They can become a majority and history is filled with tales of when religious bigots had power

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    • there are no reasonable Christians. They all believe in nonsense of one type or another that isn’t true. They may not pose a threat in NZ but they do pose a definite one in other parts of the world with their disregard of reality, which leads to actions based on nonsense which cause harm. Harm can because by simple neglect, which is what the useless spending of millions causes, when those resources could have done actual beneficial actions.

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    • Ron says:

      Well…

      According to Pew research, only 33% of U.S adults fully accept evolution through natural selection. Another third believes evolution was guided by a supreme being.And 34% reject evolution entirely.

      Source: http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2016/02/12/darwin-day

      In other words, 66% of the residents in one of the world’s most technologically advanced societies still subscribe to superstitious beliefs.

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    • ratamacue0 says:

      Reasonable people can have blind spots. To my shame, I admit I was one a young earth creationist. I am now an atheist (and no longer a YEC).

      Let’s not assume that all fundamentalists are without ears to hear. And for those that do have them, they may not have always had them. Some may not have them yet, but will later.

      Deconversion is usually a process.

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    • Peter says:

      Unfortunately Barry there are far too many unreasonable Christians.

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  2. Maybe Donald Trump can hire Noah to help him build his wall between Mexico and the US. Trump could use the magical, biblical help.

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  3. Hariod Brawn says:

    I’m not reading all that.

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  4. It boggles the mind that with all the suffering (homelessness, starvation, illness unattended to, etc.) in the world that money is spent on this. But in the big scheme of things I suppose this useless ridiculous spending is another drop in the bucket of haves vs have-nots. Sad

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  5. this nonsense in the US shows just how greedy and flat out stupid so many Christians are. They’ll spend millions to tell themselves they are right, despite all of the evidence to the contrary. And then they whine about people pointing out how much money and resources they wasted that could have actually helped people.

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  6. >>> “… the Ark in kentucky is now operational and may soon be seafaring.”

    Just in the nick of time, it would seem. [/sarc]

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  7. ratamacue0 says:

    Excellent find. Thanks for sharing, mak.

    My superstitious mind resisted several of the particulars, but the force of the flood of his arguments overcame that dam.

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  8. “As we shall see, the story of the great flood and the voyage of the ark, as expounded by modern creationists, contains so many incredible “violations of the laws of nature” that it cannot possibly be accepted by any thinking person.”

    Lol

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  9. shelldigger says:

    Make no mistake this is Hams Ark. Noah be damned. Do you think Ham will be splitting the gate with Noah?

    A genuine testament to the eternally gullible and hopelessly ignorant. Proportionally to the size of Hams Ark.

    That was a great read by the way, thanks Mak 🙂

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