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Podcast: Tebow, religion and Noah's wildebeests

Posted on: August 9, 2011 12:35 pm
Edited on: August 9, 2011 12:44 pm
 
My buddy @willbrinson and I did another installment of Two Guys and a Podcast, where we laughed at the litigious segment of the North Carolina fanbase, hypocriticately blasted Twitter use by young men (well, I did) and also spent some time on Tim Tebow's faith. I believe the highlight of the show comes when I -- of course it was me! -- said the following:

"There are people out there who really believe there were two wildebeests on that damn ark."

It's all downhill from there. Listen by hitting play below. Also, Subscribe via iTunes and we'll be friends.



Comments

Since: Jan 24, 2008
Posted on: August 18, 2011 10:53 am
 

Podcast: Tebow, religion and Noah's wildebeests

Yea, Gregg your cool.



Since: Aug 15, 2011
Posted on: August 15, 2011 3:44 pm
 

Podcast: Tebow, religion and Noah's wildebeests

To ridicule a man's faith and religion, is akin to the ignorant bully from grade school.

I hope cbssports.com fires you for incompetence.

As of right now, they lost me and MANY other supporters.




Since: Mar 16, 2008
Posted on: August 9, 2011 1:58 pm
 

Podcast: Tebow, religion and Noah's wildebeests

FYI, scholars have many different viewpoints about how to interpret the Bible.  Some scholars see the Bible as primarily metaphorical.  A sizable group of scholars also see the Bible as God's inerrant word.  I fall into the second camp, and I bet I can give you a rational, compelling, reasonable arguement for why the historical narratives in the Bible should be taken literally.

For instance, I'm not sure why Noah's Ark is laughable.  Just about every people-group on the planet has some sort of flood "myth" tradition, indicating that we all share this similar juncture of history.  Also, the Bible says two of every "kind" of animal... not two of every "species". 

Why is it "patently false" that the world began 7,000 years ago?  Perhaps when God created the world, it had 'age' built in?  If you looked at Adam and Eve the day after they were created, you probably wouldn't guess that they were a day old.


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