You can’t make this shit up, but here it is, in their “holy-shit” book of fables written by an ignorant bunch of nomadic goat herders in the bronze age, the holy bible. Fucking hell!!!!!!!

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2 thoughts on “You can’t make this shit up, but here it is, in their “holy-shit” book of fables written by an ignorant bunch of nomadic goat herders in the bronze age, the holy bible. Fucking hell!!!!!!!

  1. The great irony is that most who regurgitate variations of this very common claim never have even attempted to study the subject, let alone the Bible itself and are exhibiting their own (willful) ignorance and even betraying their unwillingness to learn out of fear of the truth:

    *Job, the oldest book in the Bible (ca. 2200 B. C.), was recorded by a young philosopher –

    *Moses wrote the Torah (1445-1405 B. C.) who was raised as heir to the Egyptian throne, educated in the Egyptian arts, science, mathematics and philosophy –

    *Joshua (1405-1385 B. C.) was written by Joshua who was Moses’ minister and commander of Israel’s military –

    *Judges & Ruth (1043 B. C., 1030-1010 B. C.) was written by the prophet Samuel –

    *Song of Solomon, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes (971-931 B. C.) were all penned by Solomon, one of the greatest kings in Israel’s history; son of King David who was also a psalmist (song writer) and a warrior: wrote many of the Psalms (1410-450 B. C.) –

    *the books of the prophets (850-424 B. C.; Ezekiel, Daniel, Jeremiah, Malachi, Hosea, Zechariah, etc.) were written by those who worked according to their prophetic profession –

    *Ezra, 1/2Chronicles were written by Ezra, who was a scribe and priest (457-430 B. C.) –

    *Mordecai is possible author of Esther who was her uncle from a prominent family (450-331 B. C.), and she was a Persian queen –

    *Much of the New Testament (A. D. 44-96) was written by fisherman, tent makers, tax collectors, apostles and one of the most intelligent and learned Rabbinical scholars.

    *Luke was a doctor and an excellent biographer and historian even recognised as such by today’s standards

    Many portions of the Bible are so eloquent and sophisticated that is is/has been used even in secular literature classes as a standard.

    This doesn’t sound like a bunch of ignorant goat herders to me.

    Quod Erat Demonstrandum

    Furthermore, such ‘arguments’ are a form of the “ad hominem” logical fallacy as instead of addressing the message, these irrational skeptics are instead attacking the messenger.

    For even if they *were* goat herders, this in no way shape or form would invalidate the truthfulness of what they wrote. To do that one must examine and address the *facts*- something most skeptics are too lazy (and fearful) to do- for if and when it turned out that the evidence is on the side of the Biblical narrative then ultimately they would be held accountable for their every sinful word, deed and thought to a Holy God who they know very well would be perfectly justified in punishing them.

    Their solution? Close their eyes and deny everything in the vain hope that this will make reality go away.

    God’s solution was to become man Himself as Jesus Christ to pay the price for their sins, but sadly even then too many are too rebellious, dishonest, fearful, self-centered and self-blinded to look into this historically verifiable fact and so doom themselves to an eternity of regret.

    As always, it is a matter of *will* not as opposed to cannot believe.

    Learn more here: http://www.101arguments.com/2013/06/the-argument-from-intelligence-of-bible.html

    See also: http://carm.org/bible-writers

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