Prehistoric siltstone phallus, the world's oldest sex toy. 30,000 years old, served as a dildo and a fire starter. Awesome.
This quote is from an image featured on the Global Secular Humanist Movement page on facebook.
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Psalm 90:4 & 2 Peter 3:8 both point out that the passage of time is Variable for GOD.
Psalm 90:4---"4For a thousand years in Your sight Are like yesterday when it passes by, Or as a watch in the night."
2 Peter 3:8---"8But do not let this one fact escape your notice, beloved, that with the Lord one day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years like one day."
One man in the old testament lived for over a thousand years. 365 times 1,000 times 1,000 equals, 365,000,000 years that could have passed. (days in year X years in one day X years lived=365 million years )
And all this is just from one life lived, if you go by the exact "blind idiot" literal interpretation of the bible. not something most Christians I know will do.
Because We are able to see celestial bodies further away than 6,000 light years (less than 1/4 our galaxy's radius), Darwin himself was never an atheist in the first place, and our Lord and Savior Jesus the Christ made a point to the pharisees of not interpreting the holy scriptures literally.
No wait, this explains everything. Sex = creation = oh my le gawd its teh proffs dat godzorz exist.
The universe was created somewhere in Germany in 28,000 BC when God had sex with a rock. It explains so much.
...such as why all the "White Christian Fundamentalists" seem to be closet-skinheads, but let's not go there.
Actually Im glad that you posted a link to the article. I cant say that its surprising that they found an ancient sex toy, but its still a fascinating find. Given its dual purpose, I think it says something about the openness of that group that made/used it. Either that or it was a the equivalent of a gag gift from 30k years ago
even if i am religious i find this stamp humourus. [sp?]
I think the universe could very well be billions and billions of years old. Who knows?