Greetings, dear XYZ... and peace to you!
If what you say is even possible, wouldn't there be Kangaroo fossils found in the middle east where Noah let them off the Ark
Actually, he let them off in Eurasia, dear one (Armenia, where Ararat is, and not in the middle east, which is south of that area, sorry)... and who says there aren't fossils there? Man hasn't even found the "missing link" (though, he has often tried to contrive one)... so why be surprised if he hasn't found the fossil of, say, an ancient kangaroo? I mean, "they" say "dinosaurs roamed the earth" by the millions. Yet, we don't have millions of dinosaur fossils, nor do those we have come from all over the earth.
BUT... seeing as there were only two kangaroos (they were considerd "unclean")... maybe the scientists who are looking for kangaroo fossils near Ararat are looking in the wrong place (like that whole side where they've never been able to look when they're searching for the ark... because of "climate and conditions"... although I have reason to believe that the ark is nothing more than splinters now, because of such climate and conditions, which even worse back then... but I'm not a scientist, so who am I to speak of such things...)
(Say, what? Say, they're NOT looking for kangaroos?? Hmmmm... could that by why they haven't FOUND any?)...
Anyway, who's to say they (the kangaroos; not the scientists) didn't hop some distance, say, down to the indian continent, before even procreating? They were certainly quite young (oh, c'mon, you don't think Noah took OLD animals with him on the ark - surely? He took young... and thus SMALLER... and more fertile... animals, dear one)... perhaps not even at procreating age, because he certainly couldn't have them procreating ON the ark, could he? They were on it for close to 15 months!). So, it isn't unreasonble to think that they would have had some time before they had to... ummmm... do the "do." Could'a hopped around for several months, even... and so ended up a LONG way from Ararat, even in the area which we know today as "Australia" (only about 7,000 miles, today - not that far for a kangaroo, given no settlements, no roads, no people... no hunters)... if the land masses were as close as scientists say they were.
And no, dear BP, it really wasn't millions of years ago. But, certainly more than 7,000 or so (and that "a day is as a 1,000 years" applies to something MUCH different than what the WTBTS... and other Bible "scholars" use it for). For example, the assumption that it TOOK a 1,000 years (i.e., the "6th day") for the Most Holy One of Israel to bring Adham and Eve into existence... is ludicrous. But that's what folks get when they "keep observing dates, and times, and seasons." Got their minds upon the things... upon the earth. Ah, well... so their dichomoties... and confusion.
Also what is up with the whole (dear one and may you have peace) thing you add to your comments...am I missing something??
I cannot answer as to whether you are "missing something." I can only respond that I do as my Lord has taught me. (Matthew 10:12, 13; Luke 10:5, 6; 24:36; John 20:19, 21, 26)
Again, I bid you peace!
A slave of Christ,
and any where they traveled along the way before arriving in Austrailia? Also what is up with the whole (dear one and may you have peace) thing you add to your comments...am I missing something??