Man, that thing is ridiculous
QM: I used to believe in some of this nonsense. I could list a few things. Interestingly (or not so interestingly) Muslims make the same *exact* argument. And they are equally as wrong. They say that the Quran mentions that salt water and fresh water don't mix and that this is true (it's not), they say that the Quran had medical knowledge about embryology not available at the time (the Quran's embryology is copied almost entirely from Galen, and it's also completely wrong), they say the Quran detailed how mountains keep the surface of the Earth stable and prevent earthquakes (actually the opposite, mountains appear in regions with a lot of tectonic activity and they have no "roots"), they say that the description in the Quran of the origins of the universe being smoke and light lines up with the theory of the Big Bang (it doesn't, and it also contradicts the young Earth Islamists). Could go on for several pages.
You are not worth my time.
Historians will probably still care. But that doesn't make him a lord. Or "Lord." Or even Lourde.
Hunter: I read your first sentence and then couldn't stop laughing so I was unable to finish. Sorry.
So all of these people must also be Lord. Much moreso than Jesus apparently.
pianos: might want to follow your own advice, there.
Aesthus: eh... there are just over 2 billion Christians in the world today. Saying "billions" seems slightly misleading. And given how rapidly world population has grown the past 100 years or so I'd be skeptical about that 5 billion figure. It's possible. Source?
The drawing of the bears attacking the children was awesome for many reasons :)
I wish I still had those books...