Monday, August 17, 2015
"You couldn't maybe mention Hawaii?"
Isn't it funny how God of the Bible didn't know any more than the residents of the Holy Land? He didn't know a damn thing about science, meteorology, astronomy, geography. He never even hinted that there were distant lands and oceans. For someone who supposedly invented everything, you'd think he'd mention medicine, fossil fuels, and bring up hundreds of other subjects that would have made everyone's life easier. It almost makes you think that since the God of the Bible didn't seem to be an all-seeing, all-knowing deity, there really wasn't such a omniscient being. But how is that possible?