Sunday, October 3, 2010

Sunday Conservapedia*


*Because reality has a "liberal bias"

Biblical Scientific Foreknowledge

"The second chapter of the Gospel of John describes the conversion of water into wine by Jesus at a wedding reception. Intuitively one would expect the conversion to occur before anyone tasted the drink. But under quantum mechanics, it is not until observation that matter acquires a definite state. John 2:9 describes this precisely as required by quantum mechanics, and the KJV misses this subtle issue of timing in the conversion. "


4 comments:

sassy said...

Hey, hi and welcome back.

I missed your postings and, hope all it well/fixed with that injury thingy. :)

Audrey II said...

Hey, Sassy. Glad to see you back here! Thanks for the well-wishes! Things injury-wise seem to be going well, and I'm hoping to slowly ease back into this blogging thing again. It's nice to see that there are some that still visit. I'm definitely hoping to see more commentary from you in the future!

Niles said...

Could someone translate that for me? I have been left in the 'gotcha' dust of whatever they're trying to prove with the water/wine thing. Aside from the smug hand waving about quantum physics, which is apparently the finger of god..or something.

Malcolm+ said...

Ironically, the explanation they offer would mean that Jesus's first miracle was not a miracle at all. Given the significance of this particular miracle in traditional theology of his self-revelation as Messiah, that would seem a trifle counterintuitive for people who claim to be defending Christian values and viewpoints.

In other words, their grasp of Christian theology is roughly on par with their grasp of science - IOW, nil.

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