No, I'm asking only for evidence that there is a supreme being who created the universe in more or less the way indicated in Genesis. If you don't believe that the Babylon prediction supports this, then you've given me exactly zero evidence.
You're suggesting that Daniel's predictions about Jesus's timeline support the existence of divine inspiration and, thereby, support the rest of the Bible including creation? Is that the argument you're making?
I see . . . you're unimpressed by people who don't accept your tortured exegesis to make claims which cannot, in fact, be substantiated, and yet you expect Brandon to accept your bullshit claims about biblical accuracy, which contain ZERO scholarship. You're profoundly deluded. I suspect that you live in constant fear that the Watch Tower folks will order your shunning (once again), and that you'll lose your home and family. That would be part and parcel of the the biblical bullshit, which wants us to fear their silly god.
Not only does that imply that the authors of his fairy tale could have given a accurate account (oh please) . .
. . .but it ignores that other cultures in southeast Europe and in western Asia were already providing much more accurate descriptions of the world than is contained in his silly book of fairy tales.
I'm trying to figure out what the reason is for asking this question.
It's pretty clear that no one can provide you with an answer that will invoke a response like "Well, I never thought of that before. You may just be right."
You've never seemed like the sort to lure fundamentalist Christians to a site just so you belittle them for their beliefs.
Surely you don't think you are going to enlighten them with scientific fact and convert them do you?
You are one snotty son of a bitch. . . disgusting . . . you stupid book of fairy tales . . .. irrelevant passage of so-called scripture . .. . tired old bullshit . . . snottier and snottier . . . you typical scriptural bait and switch program. . . .. . BS, . . . bizarre . . . malarkey . . . .book of fairy tales.
. . . .compulsively dishonest. . . .