#119 IVO, tickle your brain! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Alicia
    • 19.12.07 | 12:31 (IST)

    Thank you for taking interest. I presume you have a Bible? Please, read it for yourself: I gave the references, where to look. "What happened to the people, whom G-D created before He created Adam and Eve"(a woman from Adam's rib), you ask, I guess nothing, they just went on living and multiplying as G-D told them to do, Genesis 1:28 "be fertile, multiply and fill the Earth". Here's some more food for thought: Genesis 6:1-5 Try to explain that! SEE, Ivo, I think the Bible is not such a "simple" book we're taking it for, but full with mystery and riddles waiting to be solved. Even better than Indiana Jones, my favourite! Personally I have never found the Genesis contradict the evolution theories, which in my opinion support the Bible, nor the Bible distort historic events, even those, which we think defy reason, but modern science today can explain. I hope Santa will bring you a Bible this Xmas, if you don't yet have one. Enjoy! Merry Xmas

    from the article: A Vietnam called Gaza
    First published 00:00 18.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 17.12.07
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