Someday there is going to be a science book published by Creationists that will be 5,000 pages long, and every page will contain nothing but the words, "God did it!"

This is the first half of Genesis 1:8.



Sewerrat writes:


Thank God he made that too. :)

Can you add an RSS feed to the site?

TheAlmightyGuru writes:


It's in the works!

Spectre100 writes:


Just ask god to make it.

TheAlmightyGuru writes:


I prayed for it, but I didn't get it.

The moral of this story is: God works in mysterious ways.

Bluecheetos writes:


That book would probably be called "Bible V 2.o".

TheAlmightyGuru writes:


With the vast assortment of bibles out there already, it would be more like Bible v 1892.122.310 release candidate 66.

Katy writes:


Oh, this page answers the eternal question of "where is heaven" - it is the expanse above the water, which means it starts right above sea-level. I live in heaven! Probably most of you do, too! No WONDER it feels like I'm in hell! All these rules and regulations and problems and troubles .... *shudder* Maybe I need to go live *music swells* Under the sea ... under the sea - things are much better, down where it's wetter, take it from me!! /music Because THAT must be HELL!! :-)

TheAlmightyGuru writes:


I guess that means that New Orleans is in Hell?

+10 points for making a Little Mermaid reference.

This Site is a FAIL. writes:


You should really consider proper translation when speaking on the Book.

This Site is a FAIL.

TheAlmightyGuru writes:


@This Site is a FAIL.: How can I tell which translation is the proper one?

Dixieland Delight writes:


I'm gonna venture out and say the original Hebrew collection is the proper translation... That leaves out a lot of books in the bible, however. I'm sure TSIAF will inform you soon of the proper denomination, rules to follow, and version of the bible. God is so great, no one can agree on exactly what he wants or is...

TheAlmightyGuru writes:


@Dixieland Delight: Even the Biblical Hebrew is in dispute. We have nothing even remotely "first-edition" as far as the bible is considered. All we have are n-th generation copies, and even the copies don't match up in some spots.


Oh the irony!