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Christian thinks the Grand Canyon was caused by Noah’s Flood.
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RE: Christian thinks the Grand Canyon was caused by Noah’s Flood.
Yeah, that's gonna bring Min back. *eyeroll*
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#22
RE: Christian thinks the Grand Canyon was caused by Noah’s Flood.
You used the words think and christard in the same sentence. That's some hilarious shit!
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RE: Christian thinks the Grand Canyon was caused by Noah’s Flood.
So, a rain that consistently covered up all the land on the earth had an unusual effect at a specific part of Arizona where it managed to create a chasm over a mile deep while leaving a good-sized portion of the rest of the world was left untouched by erosion.


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RE: Christian thinks the Grand Canyon was caused by Noah’s Flood.
(April 1, 2019 at 11:50 am)Rev. Rye Wrote: So, a rain that consistently covered up all the land on the earth had an unusual effect at a specific part of Arizona where it managed to create a chasm over a mile deep while leaving a good-sized portion of the rest of the world was left untouched by erosion.



In the end, shouldn't it only matter that we accept their version no matter what? Fuck reason, right?
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RE: Christian thinks the Grand Canyon was caused by Noah’s Flood.
Welcome back, Kit.
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RE: Christian thinks the Grand Canyon was caused by Noah’s Flood.
(April 1, 2019 at 11:50 am)Rev. Rye Wrote: So, a rain that consistently covered up all the land on the earth had an unusual effect at a specific part of Arizona where it managed to create a chasm over a mile deep while leaving a good-sized portion of the rest of the world was left untouched by erosion.



That point is so good it needs to be presented in WIDESCREEEEEEEEN!
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RE: Christian thinks the Grand Canyon was caused by Noah’s Flood.
(April 1, 2019 at 2:11 pm)Nomad Wrote: That point is so good it needs to be presented in WIDESCREEEEEEEEN!


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RE: Christian thinks the Grand Canyon was caused by Noah’s Flood.
(April 1, 2019 at 11:50 am)Rev. Rye Wrote: So, a rain that consistently covered up all the land on the earth had an unusual effect at a specific part of Arizona where it managed to create a chasm over a mile deep while leaving a good-sized portion of the rest of the world was left untouched by erosion.



And one side of the canyon is a few hundred feet higher than the other. Creatards dismiss that without comment.
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#29
RE: Christian thinks the Grand Canyon was caused by Noah’s Flood.
It's a foolish imbecility to think a mythical flood formed the Grand Canyon.  It was actually dug by Seamus Murphy, an Irish immigrant who had buried a pot of whiskey, but couldn't remember exactly where.  You fools.

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RE: Christian thinks the Grand Canyon was caused by Noah’s Flood.
LOL, an Oirish have a pot of whiskey long enough to bury it. RFLMAO
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