Silly Bible Stories we once believed

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  • Muddy Waters
    Muddy Waters

    A talking snake...

    A burning bush, unconsumed by fire


    Balaam’s talking ass...



  • smiddy3

    Jesus resurrecting the dead and they died again ? ( remember that the wages of sin is death so once you have died that penalty is paid )

    So why did they die again ?

    Jesus walking on water ?

    An axe head floating on top of the water ? {Whats that got to do with anything }

  • venus

    smiddy3, The writers thought resurrection would be a great proof for Messiahship hence they invented stories of people being resurrected, but they had no idea that the great genius Paul would come later and invent another doctrine that says one man's sin would make every one sinners and one man's death would make everyone righteous.

  • Onager

    I was going to post about Samson and the 300 foxes, but smiddy3 beat me to it. I mean, seriously! You would need to have a fox shop nearby. Not a little corner shop either, a massive superstore specialising entirely in live foxes. Three HUNDRED foxes.

  • _Morpheus

    The silliest story were ever believed..? “In the beginning god created the heavens and the earth”

  • punkofnice

    Morph beat me to it. It starts at Genesis and is unbelievable nonsense up to and including Revelation. Of course not everyone agrees but hey ho, I'm entitled to my view, same as everyone else.

  • Hanged Man
  • James Mixon
    James Mixon

    Anyone who would like to have their faith tested, come here.LOL

  • Splash

    Jacob creating flocks of speckled sheep by having non-speckled sheep drink from a trough which had a speckled branch placed in it.

    Yes, all the pure white sheep who drank from this trough went on to produce speckled sheep that he could keep.

    The gene changing properties of a speckled branch.

    Jacob should have filled the trough with insects as well, to give all of the sheep six legs. Sheesh.

  • St George of England
    St George of England

    Noah's Flood.

    I'm embarrassed to say I used to believe this and even defend it! What a moron!


    PS Don't get me on about Adam & Eve and the talking snake.

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