- Feb 15, 2014
- Between two Cities
- Basic Beliefs
- Christianity and Common Sense
The Bible also seems to suggest the earth is flat... that also isn't evidence that giants existed.The bible says there are angels too. Is the mention of giants more incredible than angels?So you say that those structures with huge stones are evidence that giants existed - and the main reason you believe there were giants is because the Bible says so?
Well, there's a big difference between, 'seems to suggest a flat earth' and, the literal mention of giants (and angels), that is literally described in context of having existed.
Are there any archaeologists that say that giants helped create huge structures? If that is historical then they should say that.Big things like those constructions goes along with giant narrative in the bible. So yes, that is one explanation .... just as the bible says so.
Ah, glad you noticed. There IS no history about these structures. It's missing from the current idea of conventional human history knowledge, which henceforth is an 'unknown,' that can't be taught in any academia curriculum.
I'm saying some Christians don't believe there were huge giants in the past. I thought that would be widespread amongst those who believe in evolution.Like some Christians believe, is interesting come to think of it. Not met any yet, but I suppose there must be some out there.If it were the case, like some Christians believe, there were never any huge giants, would that test your faith in God?
As I previously mentioned: I have never met any Christian personally, who said "giants never existed". To be fair I never actually asked that question. Now, Christians like many of the regular church goers on Sundays, like our aunty Doris - I would assume, probably wouldn't know what to make of the idea of giants (for them, Jesus would be the main focus here). I haven't heard a preacher either, who preached against believing in the notion that giants existed', which would be intriguing to hear.
I'm asking about what if there were no huge giants, like mainstream science would believe?Test in my faith of God? There are many thousands of denominations; AND each of them, don't doubt their faith in God! The only issues of testing faith would more likely be about varying doctrines/ statements between different denominations.
Yes, well in order for me to entertain your theoretical, I'd have to ignore Moses's who wrote about the giants, and ignore Jesus who validates Moses and his writings. It would be better of course, to try and prove Jesus and Moses never existed as the mythicists are trying to do. Then there'll be much doubt among the Christians about their belief.
Anyway. I'll entertain the theoretical thought and ignore Jesus & Moses to answer your question.
Ok, yes I see now... if there were no giants, (and no Jesus) my faith would "definately" be tested.