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Comment by Ed Price
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It's the witnesses.

Stories come and go. In order for a story to last for thousands of years, it must be strong enough to withstand the test of time. The fact that the Bible has lasted in its entirety for almost 2000 years, shows that there is strength in it. The fact that the Bible exists as it does is an impossibility... except that it is there.

The Bible strongly suggests that the earth and universe are only about 6000 years old. The Bible writers were a lot closer to the beginning than we are. They had manuscripts dating from way back. They had the writings that were from Atlantis, before the great flood of Noah's day. They had writings, copies of which were in the library of Alexandria, manuscripts and copies we no longer have today.

So, who are you going to believe? Witnesses to many of the great events of the past, who had records from far further back? Or are you going to continue to follow the self-proclaimed scientists of today... the ones who claim that the earth and universe are millions or billions of years old... when all they have to go on is deductive reasoning that could be interpreted in many different ways.

The people who tell you that the universe is billions of years old, are telling you only their dreams and fantasies. They don't know. They were not there. Their deductive reasoning can be interpreted many different ways, and they have only CHOSEN to express the interpretations that they have expressed. They don't KNOW.

So which witnesses are you going to believe? The ones who were there and recorded it in the Bible? Or the ones who act like politicians, expressing only the things that they want you to believe?

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