"A co-re-discoverer of Frodology after The Faith was lost in the annals of history, and main contributor to this blog. It is my purpose to inform, educate, and welcome people to The Faith."
Frodo, Nice blog! I love satire. While I am from a competing Faith, Frogology. I love your "take" on these issues. It is fitting that the Frodo that I am aware of is a Protagonist.
Down on the "Genesis Contradictions - Chapter II" Frodo says:
"Incidentally, has anyone considered that creationism may just be a fallacy hinged on an incorrect interpretation of the verb 'to let'? 'To let' something happen means to refrain from taking positive action to prevent it from happening, and implies no constructive role in bringing that thing about. Thus when God said 'let there be light', could he not have just been voicing his agreement that the sun could do an admirable job on its own, without his interference?"
That left me without words and I have never heard it stated in that manner. That is a great observation, and possibly something to gnaw on in place of responding to the daily inane arguments of Misterfreethinker who does not have a clue what free thinking actually means.
I'd hope some others have some views on this.
Thanks man! Great observation.