So why haven't the arbiters of racism denounced Darwin?


#1453

What does that have to do with God’s skin color? If you don’t know, just say you don’t know.


#1454

It would be whatever he chose to appear as.


#1455

Usually blue.


#1456

So God has a male human body but his various pigments aren’t set?


#1457

I think you’re thinking of Papa Smurf… I understand… Its the beards.


#1458

‘‘End up in prison’’, that was funny.


#1459

Progressives are obsessed with race:


#1460

#1461

I know what cognitive dissonance is.


#1462

He could appear as a rock spewing forth water or a burning bush too for that matter. He’s God, he gets to make the rules.


#1463

Any good magician can do that today.


#1464

No they can’t, they can perform tricks. They cant’ change their form.


#1465

No, that’s what makes them good magicians. You really think some goat hearder living 4000 years ago could tell the difference.


#1468

Why are you avoiding answering the question.

If you don’t know we could reason it out… Man is created in God’s image, so one would reason that God looks like a person and therefore has skin. Could God get a sunburn?


#1469

God gives the sun a godburn.


#1470

Why are progressives so obsessed with skin color? Why do they reduce persons to skin?

Reason that out for us.


#1471

Then you noticed the “tells” in your reply that reduced the complex to one variable, and the HAHAHA “funny”


#1472

This entire thread is HAHAHA funny. And you IMO are the type of religious nut that keep the world in Dark Ages if it was up to them. But that’s just my opinion.


#1473

Or it simply means that god created man as what he imagined we should look like.

It could also mean that he created man using the same basic genetic code he used for all of creatiion’s living organism, you know, DNA.


#1474

If I said anything to offend you, please let me know. I might want to do it again.