Originally Posted by BamaFan2989
do i have to say this again, really?
ok one more time:
the bible was written by people, it has been passed down, we still have it today, i have read a lot of it, i agree with it.
the bible is pretty historically accurate...
i think this works:
bible is proven to be true, it was actually written, by people of that time.
so then you have stuff in the bible. the stuff in the bible automatically gains validity to me through the bible being historically accurate.
does that make no sense?
like i said... i am willing to drop it too. but you have to quit saying that crap about how i haven't said why i believe.
once again, i have as much responsibility to believe you as i do the bible.
So your argument is this:
The Bible was written by people who were alive at the time (not true, as I have already addressed, certainly not the New Testament)
The Bible mentions real people and real places (The Odyssey mentions real places, does that mean Athena and Achilles existed too? )