Human / Religious origins

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maryjane48 wrote:well what ever the answer if the bible was wriiten from earlier sources it is a fake . case closed


Oh yes, the case is most definitely closed because you say so. :hailjo: :hailjo: :hailjo:
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looking4one wrote:It has to do with whom they hand out teaching certificates to. I certainly would never turn in a test paper to someone that doesn't have a firm grip on the English language. I would never expose any child of mine to someone that can't read or write and expect that any student would learn more than how to spell incorrectly.

mistake
Simple Definition of mistake
: to understand (something or someone) incorrectly
: to make a wrong judgment about (something)
: to identify (someone or something) incorrectly
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/mistake


Me too! :D
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Why don't you quote the entire posting? You omitted the obvious error.
averagejoe wrote:LOL I didn't know were "spell checking" comes into this. I've seen you and your buddies make lots of mistatkes.... :smt045
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Fill your boots...

Here is a list of all Archeological sites around the world....

Please find the ones with the Neanderthal man sites or monkeys turning into humans sites....

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_a ... by_country

I looked at a few and they were all dated after the Garden of Eden.....

See if you can find one or a couple.

Then were can examine the site....
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Do your own homework, just like the rest of us do.
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Real history teachers do not teach the monkeys turned in to humans.
Anyone who studied real science at a real university is knowledgeable on things such as archeology, paleontology, evolution, anthropology, genetics.
IF you are actually qualified to teach children....lord help them.
You obviously teach only Christian based theories and tales, since that is all you know of the world.

As if anyone needed a reason not to send their kids to Christian school...this would be it.

You are robbing those students of a whole lot of extremely important information and doing them a huge disservice.
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Here's a couple of bones for you to gnaw on for the weekend.




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HUMAN May 25, 2016 01:00 PM ET
Elaborate Neanderthal Structure Found

Neanderthals built some of the world's earliest constructions, which were just found deep in a French cave.

http://www.seeker.com/elaborate-neander ... 64518.html



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One can believe we came from monkeys or from God Almighty....

Garden of Eden....

Ecclesiastes 10:2 A wise man's heart is at his right hand; but a fool's heart at his left.

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looking4one wrote:HUMAN May 25, 2016 01:00 PM ET
Elaborate Neanderthal Structure Found

Neanderthals built some of the world's earliest constructions, which were just found deep in a French cave.

http://www.seeker.com/elaborate-neander ... 64518.html





Good-bye Heidelberg Man: You Never Existed

http://crev.info/2014/07/heidelberg-man-never-existed/
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They can't even decide WHERE the garden of Eden is located.








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averagejoe wrote:
Good-bye Heidelberg Man: You Never Existed

http://crev.info/2014/07/heidelberg-man-never-existed/


What's your point? So what?
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The bible is a hoax.
The garden of Eden was in California according to American Genesis written by Jeffrey Goodman.
Trying to get spiritual nourishment from a two thousand year old book is like trying to suck milk from the breast of a woman who has been dead that long.
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looking4one wrote:They can't even decide WHERE the garden of Eden is located.


Who is they?
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cliffy1 wrote:The bible is a hoax.
The garden of Eden was in California according to American Genesis written by Jeffrey Goodman.


Jeffrey who?

So because someone says some *bleep* that sounds ridiculous and to which basically no one paid any attention your conclusion is that the Bible is a hoax.
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