Last post by zorkan - February 22, 2024, 06:35:02 PM
On Noah's Ark must also have been a breeding pair of kangaroos having hopped all the way from Australia and arriving just in time for the big flood. But how did they cross the sea? Must assume that kangeroos were found everywhere before, then after the waters went down the surviving couple migrated down under. Noah's age at the time was 600 years and the event happened 5000 BC.
If evolution is true then why have there not been any more significant evolved species since? Fossils prove the flood happened in the form of individuals that were turned away. Rewrites all history, geography and biology.
Last post by zorkan - February 22, 2024, 12:05:31 PM
Don't be ridiculous. Mermaids would have sensed the ark and fled.
What we know about behemoths from the bible is that they were vegetarian. They could be what we now call a dinosaur. I'll guess at the Stegosaurus, as it was both powerful and mighty and vegetarian. We also know that grass was provided ready grown for them when they were plonked down by god within the 6 days of creation week. It's evidence that humans walked the earth with these large creatures. As all the large land dinosaurs are now extinct it proves evolution is part of the bible. Extinction is a vital element of evolution. If the dino's hadn't become extinct humans would not be here to take over from them as rulers of the planet.
Last post by Icarus - February 22, 2024, 01:59:48 AM
It would seem that when Noah's Ark landed, after the deluge had receded, all the beasts were released to go forth as they pleased.
It must be true that the predator beasts chilled out long enough for the beasts of prey to reproduce. Meanwhile the predators became very hungry. Out of necessity, they became vegetarians. That is how the consumption of Broccoli, Cabbage and Brussels Sprouts became a staple among humans. The outcome is that farts were invented and practiced among all the mammals in the Lords Kingdom.