Water on the moon? Gee, I wonder why God created that...

by hotchocolate 24 Replies latest watchtower bible

  • Leolaia

    The water got up there through thousands of years of tidal tugging on the oceans.

    Now when are they gonna find the cheese that's there?

  • dissed

    They only found distilled water. No trace of living organisms.

    But what and the hell is water doing on the moon? What's next, blood?

    Surely it must be a sign of the end

  • finallysomepride

    hope they find red wine to go with that cheese

  • sir82
    There is no liquid water on the moon.

    Just curious - can we say that definitively? Might there be liquid water (far) below the surface?

  • leavingwt

    Facts are helpless to the power of belief.

    That said, if you have the Son of God, then the Holy Spirit will lead you into all truth (see John 16:13). Your theology in time will become sound, ┬Łand you will align your beliefs with those truths revealed in Holy Scripture, because it is God's revelation to mankind. If the Old Testament says there was a literal flood (Jesus did also), the Christian cannot believe otherwise. If the Bible says that the earth freely floats in space when science of the time said that it didn't (see Job 26:7), the Christian quickly sides with the Bible.

    In the case of evolution, Scripture is very clear that God made man in His image (not as a primate). He made him and all the animal kingdom as male and female ("Evolutionary biology is unable to reveal why animals would abandon asexual reproduction in favor of more costly and inefficient sexual reproduction."[1]), and He gave them (and every living animal) the ability to reproduce "after their own kind," and not to evolve in time into other "kinds" or species of animals. We see the truth of all of the above both in the fossil record and in the creation that surrounds us.


    As you can see from the quotation above, fundamentalists are compelled to begin with the conclusion, rather than allowing the evidence to speak for itself. Fundamentalism even requires one to reject facts, if they should conflict with the Bible.

    I have some coworkers who are fundamentalists. It is very difficult to express an idea to them that is even remotely contradictory to their beliefs, even for the sake of discussion.

    May we never be afraid of the truth. May we never be blind followers.

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