Irrefutable Evidence of Red Sea Crossing

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Star428
Irrefutable evidence has been found that the crossing of the Red Sea by the ancient Israelites led by Moses actually happened:



http://mobile.wnd.com/2012/06/chariots-in-red-sea-irrefutable-evidence/



*waits for some bullheaded stubborn atheist to come along, laugh, and claim it's a hoax* LOL.

riv6672
I dont think you have to be an athiest to see this story while interesting IS refutable.
Its an interesting story, and those involved should look further into it though.

Star428
How in the world can it be refutable? You think these people are lying, riv? Or do you think they planted all of those ancient chariot parts on the bottom of the sea? And why would King Solomon have erected those great pillars in 500 BC unless he knew for a fact that the places where he had them built was where the Israelites began and completed their journey across the sea?


It's not like I really needed this article to support my belief in God but I'm still quite pleased with this discovery, to say the least. As I've said so many times before, creation itself and the life of Christ and the miracles He performed are all the proof I will ever need. No atheist will ever shake my belief in the Almighty no matter what they say. Atheists will keep denying His existence regardless of how much irrefutable evidence like this comes to light. Some people truly are a lost cause I guess and will have to learn He's real the hard way but by then it'll be too late for them because they'll probably be burning in Hell for denying His existence despite discoveries like this that should've opened their eyes.


I'm going to buy this dvd off of amazon because it looks very interesting.

riv6672
Lying? No.
Planted? No.
Belief? All well and good.
Lost cause? You arent the first to think that of me.
Irrefutable? Sorry, no.
Interesting? Yes.

If you cant think of a way for things to wind up at the bottom of a large body of water other than divine intervention, you arent thinking very hard.
Which is why i say the story is refutable.
No offense meant.

Star428
Originally posted by riv6672
Lying? No.
Planted? No.
Belief? All well and good.
Lost cause? You arent the first to think that of me.
Irrefutable? Sorry, no.
Interesting? Yes.

If you cant think of a way for things to wind up at the bottom of a large body of water other than divine intervention, you arent thinking very hard.
Which is why i say the story is refutable.
No offense meant.




LOL. So instead of giving a theory on how all of those chariot parts, horse and human remains ended up on the bottom of ocean you just insult me by telling me I"m not thinking very hard. Whatever, riv. roll eyes (sarcastic)

Bardock42
A blurry picture and the word of a forklift driver who is 99.9% sure that he found something from ancient egypt are not irrefutable evidence for anything.

It's a bit bizarre how you are one of those that deny evolution, which actually is thoroughly and repeatably proven, yet you buy the word of a handful of people as absolute, "irrefutable evidence", of what you already believe.

Star428
LOL. I didn't expect to change atheists' minds but fortunately I don't really care if I do or not. Done discussing it with hard-headed perople. It's proof. PERIOD. Not gonna even bother reading any more posts from non-believers who come in here and try to convince me it's a hoax. Sorry, but none of you non-believers can spoil my joy over this finding. smile

Bardock42
Ok, it's not proof tho...

Star428
You think it's a blurry picture then watch the dvd, for Christ sake. God has given non-believers plenty of clues that He is indeed real so when Judgement Day finally comes they will have no excuse for disbelieving in Him. He's given them plenty of opportunities but they choose to be stubborn and believe rather that everything came into being from nothing without intelligent design and for no reason other than being an "accident". LOL.

Bardock42
I think I'll wait for the peer-reviewed scientific papers ...

Star428
If you don't want to pay the ten bucks for the video you should at least watch the trailer at bottom of article. It showed plenty of clear footage of the evidence. thumb up

Bardock42
I watched the trailer, there is no clear footage there's corrals that have some golden picture overlaid and there's the blurry photo of the alleged wheel. There is definitely no "video of the Pharaoh's chariot army" as they claim...

riv6672
Originally posted by Star428
LOL. So instead of giving a theory...
The theory is called "sinking".

Star428
Please don't be a smart ***, riv. You know what I meant. You're one of the few people whom I actually respect on this forum. Sorry if I somehow insulted you in a previous post but I guess we will just have to agree to disagree. They didn't "sink" though. They drowned. Except for the chariots though, of course.

riv6672
I'm not insulted, but, by calling me a lost cause in your first reply to me, laughing and rolling your eyes at me in your second, you established where you want to go with this topic. I can get as much fun out of conversing OR trading quips.

I'm just following your lead.

Star428
Fair enough.


But, just to clarify, the "lost cause" comment wasn't directed at you specifically but at all the naysayers I knew would be coming in here claiming it was a hoax (like Bardock; but I'm sure they'll be more).

Shakyamunison
Originally posted by Star428
Irrefutable evidence has been found that the crossing of the Red Sea by the ancient Israelites led by Moses actually happened:

This is not proof of the biblical story. Interesting find, but not enough to be considered poof.

Maybe I just have a higher standard for proof then you do.

Knife
Originally posted by Star428
Irrefutable evidence has been found that the crossing of the Red Sea by the ancient Israelites led by Moses actually happened:



http://mobile.wnd.com/2012/06/chariots-in-red-sea-irrefutable-evidence/



*waits for some bullheaded stubborn atheist to come along, laugh, and claim it's a hoax* LOL. roll eyes (sarcastic) Have you bought any magic beans lately?

Surtur
I'm just amazed because if this flimsy evidence is irrefutable to you then..as someone else said, you should 100% believe in evolution because it has much more solid evidence.

Originally posted by Star428
If you don't want to pay the ten bucks for the video you should at least watch the trailer at bottom of article. It showed plenty of clear footage of the evidence. thumb up

Did you pay 10 bucks for the video? Also is the forklift driver some kind of scientist or specialist in the field? After all, he is "99.9%" sure. So I'd like to know what background he has.

Knife
Originally posted by Surtur
Did you pay 10 bucks for the video?

He traded the family cow for it.

Trocity
Lol.

Try harder.


Originally posted by Surtur
I'm just amazed because if this flimsy evidence is irrefutable to you then..as someone else said, you should 100% believe in evolution because it has much more solid evidence.

thumb up

Robtard
Are people not aware that the ancient Egyptians had boats/ships and that it is within reason to believe that some of these boats/ships sank and it's also within reason that some of those boats/ships that sank could have been carrying a chariot or two.

Bardock42
Originally posted by Robtard
Are people not aware that the ancient Egyptians had boats/ships and that it is within reason to believe that some of these boats/ships sank and it's also within reason that some of those boats/ships that sank could have been carrying a chariot or two.

nope

Omega Vision
Originally posted by Robtard
Are people not aware that the ancient Egyptians had boats/ships and that it is within reason to believe that some of these boats/ships sank and it's also within reason that some of those boats/ships that sank could have been carrying a chariot or two.
Yeah, finding one chariot, even if it is a real chariot, proves absolutely nothing. Now, if they found a thousand chariots, that would be interesting.

Surtur
But guys..the forklift driver...will nobody think of the forklift driver and his obvious expertise?!

Plus the theory of chariots being carried on boats is fine but there is a flaw..you see they also say they found horse remains. We know it would take the foulest dark sorcery to get a horse onto a boat. It MUST of been Godly magicks at work.

Unless they were sea horses of course wink

Surtur
The other thing is..if we believe this then it not only says evolution should be real, but it would mean Bigfoot, the Lochness monster, ghosts, etc. are ALL real because the "evidence" for those things has been just as flimsy.

So yay we live in a world with the Mothman and Chupacabra's and all that shit, sleep tight everyone.

Star428
Uh, oh. Looks like all the atheistic natives are restless. Guess this factual finding struck a nerve with them because they don't have a reasonable explanation for it. LOL.

riv6672
Reasonable explanation's been given. Sinking.

You sir, are picking fights. Good day.

Star428
LOL. Sorry, but no. Sinking is not a reasonable detailed enough explanation. It's just a smartass answer. Good day, yourself. smile

Surtur
Originally posted by Star428
Uh, oh. Looks like all the atheistic natives are restless. Guess this factual finding struck a nerve with them because they don't have a reasonable explanation for it. LOL.

But it's not a factual finding. The only fact is a forklift driver says he is 99% sure he found something from a chariot.

Star428
Of course all the people "sank", riv... Duh. Question is what caused it? I think we all know the only logical answer to that regardless of whether non-believers like you all want to admit it or not.thumb up

Omega Vision
Originally posted by Star428
Uh, oh. Looks like all the atheistic natives are restless. Guess this factual finding struck a nerve with them because they don't have a reasonable explanation for it. LOL.
Lol yourself. There are two reasonable explanations that don't involve accepting the Biblical narrative: 1) an Egyptian (or Roman, or Greek, or Persian--is there even proof that it's an Egyptian style chariot?) ship carrying a chariot sank in the Red Sea. 2) The chariot is a hoax planted to dupe gullible people like you.

Lord Lucien
Do you guys still argue with Star? Has he ever shown an ounce of sense in the face of criticism and opposition?

Sacred Fire
Originally posted by Star428
Irrefutable



http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-OwzVZt_wZIk/Tldpx4t0zpI/AAAAAAAABpA/xEFll2o032I/s1600/dr+evil+laser.jpg

Star428
Wow...over 80%-90% of the people who've replied in this thread I already have on ignore. Most of them have been there for a while. Coincidence? Doubtful. I suspect they all came in here just to troll, as usual.

Trocity
Star is getting desperate.

Star428
Originally posted by Star428
Wow...over 80%-90% of the people who've replied in this thread I already have on ignore. Most of them have been there for a while. Coincidence? Doubtful. I suspect they all came in here just to troll, as usual.



Nevertheless, as I said earlier, they can't spoil my joy over this finding. I can't wait for the dvd on this I ordered to arrive. Really looking forward to watching it. Sucks that it cost me $10.00 while it's only a half hour long though. Didn't really expect to change stubborn atheists' non-belief but it only strengthens my belief in God and the Bible as being factual. thumb up

Surtur
Originally posted by Star428
Wow...over 80%-90% of the people who've replied in this thread I already have on ignore. Most of them have been there for a while. Coincidence? Doubtful. I suspect they all came in here just to troll, as usual.

You have people on ignore because they don't adhere to the very narrow way you see the universe.

Originally posted by Star428
Nevertheless, as I said earlier, they can't spoil my joy over this finding. I can't wait for the dvd on this I ordered to arrive. Really looking forward to watching it. Sucks that it cost me $10.00 while it's only a half hour long though. Didn't really expect to change stubborn atheists' non-belief but it only strengthens my belief in God and the Bible as being factual. thumb up

At this point you don't even apply logic. Even if this did prove the one story is true(it doesn't, at all) it wouldn't ever mean that everything in the bible is true.

Also I can't help wondering if a good Christian would require something like this in order to strengthen their belief in something that is supposed to be based on faith.

Trocity
Originally posted by Star428
Nevertheless, as I said earlier, they can't spoil my joy over this finding. I can't wait for the dvd on this I ordered to arrive. Really looking forward to watching it. Sucks that it cost me $10.00 while it's only a half hour long though. Didn't really expect to change stubborn atheists' non-belief but it only strengthens my belief in God and the Bible as being factual. thumb up

Trying to convince himself, I'm actually lolling.

Classic.

Surtur
He seems almost a bit *too* overjoyed, like he was getting ready to give up until this story came along. It would explain the need to cling to it despite it not really being evidence.

Omega Vision
Star is literally insane. How else can you describe someone who goes on a forum and then proceeds to ignore everyone except for a few people who he agrees with?

Q99
Originally posted by Omega Vision
Star is literally insane. How else can you describe someone who goes on a forum and then proceeds to ignore everyone except for a few people who he agrees with?

Close-minded? Only in the discussions for reassurance and reinforcement of what they already believe in order to make themselves feel good?

Personally I don't ascribe stuff like this to 'crazy' or 'insane,' because people with mental illness don't act this way or vice-versa. I think we need better words.

Sacred Fire
How about 'ignorant'? That usually works.

Omega Vision
Originally posted by Q99
Close-minded? Only in the discussions for reassurance and reinforcement of what they already believe in order to make themselves feel good?

Personally I don't ascribe stuff like this to 'crazy' or 'insane,' because people with mental illness don't act this way or vice-versa. I think we need better words.
Pathologically close-minded. At least close-minded people will converse with people who disagree. Star refuses to recognize the existence of opposing views.

Star428
To any believers who read this: Share this article with your followers on twitter and facebook so we can all share in the joy of this finding that proves irrefutably that the Holy Bible is, indeed, factual!

Lord Lucien
Originally posted by Star428
To any believers who read this: Share this article with your followers on twitter and facebook so we can all share in the joy of this finding that proves irrefutably that the Holy Bible is, indeed, factual! There's like, 10 people here who read your lunacy. What percentage of them do you think listen to you?

-Pr-
I believe in god... But I also believe in using the word "irrefutable" properly. shrug

FinalAnswer
Originally posted by Star428
To any believers who read this: Share this article with your followers on twitter and facebook so we can all share in the joy of this finding that proves irrefutably that the Holy Bible is, indeed, factual!

I thought the Bible was irrefutable proof the Bible was factual.

Henry_Pym
So effectively a tire was found in a body of water,... Thus Harry Potter is real

Suck it muggles

Star428
The fact that you spelled God with a little "g" makes me wonder exactly which one you believe in, Pr, because there are many so-called "gods" (emphasis on the lower case letter) but only one true God with the capital letter.

-Pr-
Originally posted by Star428
The fact that you spelled God with a little "g" makes me wonder exactly which one you believe in, Pr, because there are many so-called "gods" (emphasis on the lower case letter) but only one true God with the capital letter.

I'm Irish; we're allowed to use lower case.

Star428
Originally posted by Henry_Pym
So effectively a tire was found in a body of water,... Thus Harry Potter is real

Suck it muggles




roll eyes (sarcastic)


Guess you didn't bother to read the article, troll. It was much more than a "tire" that they found, retard.


"Suck it, smuggles". LMAO. So you're a confirmed troll, too. Welcome to ignore,"smuggles". *middle finger* smile

Henry_Pym
Ok an old tire...

You realize burial at sea was a/ still is popular choice of funeral? Also pot/kettle

Star428
I know it must be hard "smuggles" to accept something that spits in the face of your ignorant stubborn non-belief so you're desperate to either discredit this finding or downplay it anyway u can.thumb up


Don't bother replying because I won't read it anymore than I read your reply above.



"A tire". laughing out loud

Sacred Fire
Originally posted by -Pr-
I believe in god... But I also believe in using the word "irrefutable" properly. shrug

thumb upthumb upthumb upthumb up

Surtur
I don't think he is crazy for ignoring people, but rather because he legitimately seems to think everything in the bible is true.

Robtard
Laughing that Star spent $10.00 for a 30min DVD that will basically cover what the website already shows. Suckered.

ps, parts of it have been on youtube for years:

7sA8nloFLbs

edit: Even when diving that Michael Rood still dresses like a wizard. Epic. 04:55 to 05:20 timestamp.

Surtur
Don't worry I'm sure the money goes towards a good cause.

FYI in this case "good" means terrible.

Robtard
It goes to Michael Rood's (the guy who produced the vid) Harry Potter cosplay fund.

http://i232.photobucket.com/albums/ee289/GFO106/wizards101.png

Star428
I just received this dvd yesterday. Plan on watching it sometime over the weekend. Really looking forward to it.

Q99
Originally posted by -Pr-
I believe in god... But I also believe in using the word "irrefutable" properly. shrug


Yea. There's like, a million ways to refute this.


Heck, let's say chariot.

Wrong style of chariot? Sign it's from a different country other than Egypt, and thus not from the story.

Wrong age of chariot? Ditto.

Near boat parts? Sinking, chariots were simply being transported across.

Actually boat parts themselves? See 'sinking'.

Insufficient number? Not an army. Again boat, either sinking or thrown overboard.

There are cars deep in the ocean floor for that reason ^^

Surtur
Originally posted by Star428
I just received this dvd yesterday. Plan on watching it sometime over the weekend. Really looking forward to it.

Okay this is just depressing.

Omega Vision
Yeah, I'm actually feeling a little bad for Star at this point. The dude REALLY needs this it seems.

riv6672
Originally posted by Q99
Yea. There's like, a million ways to refute this.


Heck, let's say chariot.

Wrong style of chariot? Sign it's from a different country other than Egypt, and thus not from the story.

Wrong age of chariot? Ditto.

Near boat parts? Sinking, chariots were simply being transported across.

Actually boat parts themselves? See 'sinking'.

Insufficient number? Not an army. Again boat, either sinking or thrown overboard.

There are cars deep in the ocean floor for that reason ^^

Basically this.
I'm religious, but, i'm also logical.

Surtur
There are cars on the ocean floor because Moses took a Prius when he decided to cross the Red Sea.

Star428
Have to say that this 30 minute dvd is a real letdown. Don't get me wrong, the evidence was quite convincing and I'm certainly glad that it's been shown to the world. The problem I had with the dvd is only a few minutes of it was focused on the wreckage strewn across the bottom of the Red Sea. The rest of it was talking about many other unrelated things that I either already knew or just didn't really care about. Not worth the $10.00 I paid for it. What a rip-off.

Q99
Originally posted by Star428
Have to say that this 30 minute dvd is a real letdown. Don't get me wrong, the evidence was quite convincing and I'm certainly glad that it's been shown to the world. The problem I had with the dvd is only a few minutes of it was focused on the wreckage strewn across the bottom of the Red Sea. The rest of it was talking about many other unrelated things that I either already knew or just didn't really care about. Not worth the $10.00 I paid for it. What a rip-off.

So it was, "look, wreckage," then talk about other stuff for half an hour? (And that's... a dollar every three minutes. Yikes!)


Did they have an Egyptologist talk about what dynasty it came from and how one can tell? Did they talk about the age of the wood and how it's survived?

Did they do anything other than, "Look, wreckage, it's totally from the story! Trust us on this"?

Lord Lucien
I just watched Exodus: Gods and Kings, and it irrefutably proves that you don't need to be Egyptian to play an Egyptian.


Ergo, God.

Surtur
Originally posted by Star428
Have to say that this 30 minute dvd is a real letdown. Don't get me wrong, the evidence was quite convincing and I'm certainly glad that it's been shown to the world. The problem I had with the dvd is only a few minutes of it was focused on the wreckage strewn across the bottom of the Red Sea. The rest of it was talking about many other unrelated things that I either already knew or just didn't really care about. Not worth the $10.00 I paid for it. What a rip-off.

What to you was the most convincing evidence shown? I mean besides gold mines like forklift drivers saying they think it is a chariot. Surely this few minutes of focus on the wreckage was chalk full of scientific fact? Just for laughs..did they actually do any tests on the stuff found?

Jesus McBurger
I kinda admire stars faith though it's quite honorable

Omega Vision
Originally posted by Star428
Have to say that this 30 minute dvd is a real letdown. Don't get me wrong, the evidence was quite convincing and I'm certainly glad that it's been shown to the world. The problem I had with the dvd is only a few minutes of it was focused on the wreckage strewn across the bottom of the Red Sea. The rest of it was talking about many other unrelated things that I either already knew or just didn't really care about. Not worth the $10.00 I paid for it. What a rip-off.
Lol, literally anyone could have predicted this.

Also, who exactly is he talking to if everyone who's commented in this thread is on his ignore list?

Jesus McBurger
His faith reminds me of that Japanese soldier that stayed on the island for like 40 years

Omega Vision
Originally posted by Jesus McBurger
I kinda admire stars faith though it's quite honorable
But it's not even that strong if he needs evidence to confirm his beliefs.

Jesus McBurger
Originally posted by Omega Vision
But it's not even that strong if he needs evidence to confirm his beliefs.
True true...it's quite cute how he posted and boasted about this "proof"

Surtur
There also isn't anything "honorable" about his faith. You have seen him gleefully tell people they will burn in hell because they don't share his beliefs, right?

That's a weird definition of honor, but meh who am I the word police?

Jesus McBurger
Im just now starting to see he is a religous quan. But worse

Star428
[email protected] saying there's nothing honorable about my faith. Sorry dude, if I can't help to laugh at that ridiculous statement coming from a ****ing atheist. You have no right whatso****ing ever to talk about what's "honorable" because I doubt you even know what that is considering you have no God and you probably never even served your country a day in your god**** pathetic life. thumb up



MY faith and I have more honor (and probably integrity too) than you and probably your entire family too put together. Think about the ridiculousness of what you're saying before you open your ignorant mouth next time talking about something you know absolutely nothing about.

Jesus McBurger
Originally posted by Star428
[email protected] saying there's nothing honorable about my faith. Sorry dude, if I can't help to laugh at that ridiculous statement coming from a ****ing atheist. You have no right whatso****ing ever to talk about what's "honorable" because I doubt you even know what that is considering you have no God and you probably never even served your country a day in your god**** pathetic life. thumb up



MY faith and I have more honor than you and probably your entire family too put together.
Look at that christian faith

Surtur
Originally posted by Star428
[email protected] saying there's nothing honorable about my faith. Sorry dude, if I can't help to laugh at that ridiculous statement coming from a ****ing atheist. You have no right whatso****ing ever to talk about what's "honorable" because I doubt you even know what that is considering you have no God and you probably never even served your country a day in your god**** pathetic life. thumb up



MY faith and I have more honor (and probably integrity too) than you and probably your entire family too put together. Think about the ridiculousness of what you're saying before you open your ignorant mouth next time talking about something you know absolutely nothing about.

There is nothing honorable about your faith. Notice the wording though...*your* faith. As in your own personal faith, not the religion you follow..just your own personal twisted faith in that religion.

First off it makes no sense to suggest someone who doesn't believe in God doesn't know what honor is. Especially when what constitutes honor is subjective.

Second, just look at the way you behave when it comes to religion. You gleefully tell people they will burn in hell or that you hope they burn in hell. Tell me..have you seen any atheists in this thread that are getting off on the apparent eternal damnation of others? Especially when they are supposedly burning in hell for trivial things according to you.

Trocity
He really is a pitiful creature.

Ayelewis

Time-Immemorial
Shut up already

Star428
It's best if you just ignore him like I do.

Time-Immemorial
He's a old disgruntled poster name whirly.

Ayelewis
Nice demonstration on how cowards like you two have no integrity. Be sure to choke to death on your excrement.

Time-Immemorial
Originally posted by Ayelewis
Nice demonstration on how cowards like you two have no integrity. Be sure to choke to death on your excrement.

Shut up, whirlybird.

Ayelewis
Go get your spine severed.

Time-Immemorial
Do us all a favor and jump off a bridge, loser.

Ayelewis
Touch a nerve eh pig, now now, just because you and the other pig are two retards who can't handle evidence doesn't mean you have to take it out on me.

Time-Immemorial
Originally posted by Ayelewis
Touch a nerve eh pig, now now, just because you and the other pig are two retards who can't handle evidence doesn't mean you have to take it out on me.

Shup up, whirly.

Surtur
Okay well setting aside all the excrement choking and bridge jumping..it still sounds like at the end of the day the very opposite of "irrefutable" evidence was found.

Now everyone who has read this post kindly give me $10.

Time-Immemorial
I only have $7.00, Bada took $3.50..

Jesus McBurger
Originally posted by Surtur
Okay well setting aside all the excrement choking and bridge jumping..it still sounds like at the end of the day the very opposite of "irrefutable" evidence was found.

Now everyone who has read this post kindly give me $10.
I only got a 50$ bed bath and beyond gift card

Star428
Originally posted by Surtur
Okay well setting aside all the excrement choking and bridge jumping..it still sounds like at the end of the day the very opposite of "irrefutable" evidence was found.

Now everyone who has read this post kindly give me $10.





roll eyes (sarcastic)



Keep telling yourself that atheist. Whatever helps u sleep at night, dude.

Trocity
The irony.

Surtur
Originally posted by Star428
roll eyes (sarcastic)



Keep telling yourself that atheist. Whatever helps u sleep at night, dude.

Well it's mostly vicodin that helps me sleep at night. But see I don't have to keep telling myself that. Why? For the same reason I do not have to continually tell myself that 1+1=2 or that cows go "moo". These are facts and really not worth continuous thought.

Shakyamunison
Originally posted by Star428
roll eyes (sarcastic)



Keep telling yourself that atheist. Whatever helps u sleep at night, dude.

Do you loose sleep over unicorns dancing in the spring time?

DarthAnt66
Wasn't this found out to be a hoax?

If not, then awesome find!

Star428
Only people who claim it's a "hoax" are atheists that would never admit any proof of God no matter what was shown to them. thumb up

DarthAnt66
http://www.snopes.com/religion/redsea.asp

This is the site I saw that says it was false.

Turns out that site though is bullshitting, since World News Daily Report isn't the same was wnd.com

Source: http://realorsatire.com/wnd-com/

So yeah, awesome find. Certainly among the best evidence out there, IMO.

-Pr-
Originally posted by Star428
Only people who claim it's a "hoax" are atheists that would never admit any proof of God no matter what was shown to them. thumb up

Untrue.

Esau Cairn
Maybe my logic will brand me an Atheist BUT did the notion of using a soft metal such as gold to make chariot wheels seem just a bit odd & impractical?

Y'know...sand & rocky ground...soft metal wheels...charging into battle...

Surtur
Let us also keep in mind that if we ever found out something like this sea crossing did truly happen it wouldn't even necessarily prove "God" is real. Hell for all we know it was super advanced aliens helping them out. It's no less crazy then "magic guy did it". A lot of imagery in the bible could actually be seen as the people of the times interpretation of advanced technology they witnessed.

If Jesus teleported to my house right now and began raising the dead and turning water into wine I would...shout "zombie" and then "kill it with fire!". No I'm kidding, but I'd be convinced it was the real deal if I saw that.

StiltmanFTW
"Irrefutable Evidence" laughing out loud

Parmaniac
There's irrefutable evidence for life on the moon, the DVD is also available on Amazon

http://www.amazon.com/Transformers-Dark-Moon-Shia-LaBeouf/dp/B005G4TJUC/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1452019925&sr=8-3&keywords=Transformers+3

Star428
Yawn.

StiltmanFTW
Just don't start crying again, Starsie. We'd hate that stick out tongue

riv6672
^^^I'd have no feelings about it either way.

Time-Immemorial
Look at this cheerleader

Star428
I'd rather not. Which is why I decided to put the troll on ignore a while back.

Time-Immemorial
It took me a while to convince you he was a trollsmile

Star428
It was actually while I was posting on Herochat during the brief time I was banned that I finally discovered it.

Tattoos N Scars
The Book of Exodus is all the evidence needed!

Star428
You're right, of course. However reading the article and especially seeing the evidence with my own eyes in the dvd filled me with joy. Experts have said that any novice could tell that the coral formations discovered on the bottom of sea where the crossing took place are not normal by any means. They very much resemble chariot parts. Both in shape and size. They also discovered a chariot wheel made out of gold (or silver, I don't recall which one) which they believe was one of the wheels of the Pharaoh's royal chariot. Good eye-opening stuff.



Btw, I watched the modern remake of The Ten Commandments recently. It wasn't nearly as good as the 1956 original with Charlton Heston. The parting of the Red Sea scene in particular was a huge let down from the original scene.

Tattoos N Scars
Originally posted by Star428
You're right, of course. However reading the article and especially seeing the evidence with my own eyes in the dvd filled me with joy. Experts have said that any novice could tell that the coral formations discovered on the bottom of sea where the crossing took place are not normal by any means. They very much resemble chariot parts. Both in shape and size. They also discovered a chariot wheel made out of gold (or silver, I don't recall which one) which they believe was one of the wheels of the Pharaoh's royal chariot. Good eye-opening stuff.



Btw, I watched the modern remake of The Ten Commandments recently. It wasn't nearly as good as the 1956 original with Charlton Heston. The parting of the Red Sea scene in particular was a huge let down from the original scene.


I agree. The Charlton Heston version was by far the best version. Bible movies were always better back then. I hate how Hollywood butchured the Noah film.

Star428
Still haven't seen that yet but I heard about all the controversy it caused because it didn't mention God anywhere in the film.

Esau Cairn
Originally posted by Star428
They very much resemble chariot parts. Both in shape and size. They also discovered a chariot wheel made out of gold (or silver, I don't recall which one) which they believe was one of the wheels of the Pharaoh's royal chariot. Good eye-opening stuff.





Yes, chariot parts...that's ONE chariot.

And one supposed wheel made of gold...that surprisingly no one's stolen.

Enough evidence right there to claim it was an entire army.

Surtur
Originally posted by Star428
However reading the article and especially seeing the evidence with my own eyes in the dvd filled me with joy.

Reading this fills me with sadness.



Yep, because if something "very much resembles" something it must be what you think it is. That is of course how a true expert would operate, he would just make vague statements about how it might resemble something.

Trocity
That's how it usually works. Evolution is "pseudoscience" and the process with which we discern how old things are is circular logic, but then when anything, no matter how vague or unproven, seems to align with religion or a story from the bible, it is fact.

Lord Lucien
My favourite things are true and you're aren't by the same logic. Shut up.

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